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=SUM(SUMIFS(Inventory!K:K,Inventory!AD:AD,">="&B7,Inventory!AD:AD,"<="&C7,Inventory!AC:AC,"="&"",Inventory!X:X,{"PENDING","TBC"}))

How to modify the Excel formula such that it will sum column K with column X not in "PENDING" or "TBC" status. Currently, it will sum up column with "PENDING" or "TBC" instead.

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Use not equal sign which is <>
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Hakan Yılmaz earned 1400 total points
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You may wish to sum all values up, and then subtract sum of "PENDING" and "TBC" from it.

To prescribe double criteria in one column, you may need to write separately as below. And for that, you don't need to sum again.
=SUMIFS(Inventory!K:K,Inventory!AD:AD,">="&B7,Inventory!AD:AD,"<="&C7,Inventory!AC:AC,"="&"",Inventory!X:X,"<>PENDING",Inventory!X:X,"<>TBC")

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