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Excel formula help

Posted on 2016-09-26
Last Modified: 2016-09-26
I am trying to create a formula  where if 2 fields = the right values then it goes down and returns the total. I have tried the formula below and it doesn't work. please help.

=SUMIF(AND(Materials!A4:A503,"=Pac-Van",Materials!E4:E503,"=Purchased By Church"),Materials!B4:B503)
Question by:Mark Wood
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=SUMIFS(Materials!B4:B503,Materials!A4:A503,"Pac-Van",Materials!E4:E503,"Purchased By Church")

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you are welcome.

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