# Using SumIFS with an additional Lookup

Hello, I have a Sumif that works for the overall calculation but I am unable to have a lookup to see if it is a branch region or total from cell C5

If it's a branch, it should Check against Export Table L:L
If it's a region, it should check against Export Table M:M
And if it's a total it should sum up everything.

This formula works for everything but I can't seem to get it working for scenarios one and two.
=-SUMIFS(Export_Table!P:P,Export_Table!H:H,\$C8,Export_Table!A:A,Template!D\$5,Export_Table!B:B,Template!\$F\$1)

Thank you for your help.
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Can you post your sample file as i'm not sure what you are trying to do here..

Saurabh...
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Author Commented:
Actually I figured it out.  I just ended up using a if statement based on a lookup.  It's not pretty but it works.

Thanks.

=IF(\$C\$3="Total",SUMIFS(Export_Table!\$P:\$P,Export_Table!\$H:\$H,\$C134,Export_Table!\$A:\$A,Template!D\$5,Export_Table!\$B:\$B,Template!\$F\$1,Export_Table!\$E:\$E,"2 - Expenses"),IF(VLOOKUP(\$C\$3,Ref_Table!\$E:\$F,2,FALSE)="Region",SUMIFS(Export_Table!\$P:\$P,Export_Table!\$H:\$H,\$C134,Export_Table!\$A:\$A,Template!D\$5,Export_Table!\$B:\$B,Template!\$F\$1,Export_Table!\$M:\$M,Template!\$C\$3,Export_Table!\$E:\$E,"2 - Expenses"),SUMIFS(Export_Table!\$P:\$P,Export_Table!\$H:\$H,\$C134,Export_Table!\$A:\$A,Template!D\$5,Export_Table!\$B:\$B,Template!\$F\$1,Export_Table!\$L:\$L,Template!\$C\$3,Export_Table!\$E:\$E,"2 - Expenses")))
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Author Commented:
Figured out a solution on my own.  It's not pretty or clean but it works.
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