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EXCEL SUMIFS formula of two columns removing dupliate entries

HI Guys

Hope you can help

Ive been trying to use SUMIF, SUM PRODUCT with FREQUENCY and MATCH to sum the quantities in stock locations but ignoring duplicate entries

I have column A and Column B - column A has the stock location which can be repeated several times with the unique stock quantity against the location in Column B

Ive tried creating a formula to sum the quantities in Column B but only for each unique location so for example, if in column A Stock Location PB12345 is repeated 6 times and has a quantiity of 500 - when the SUMIF runs through the the two columns, it only includes the sum of 500 from PB12345 once and not include the six times its repeated

Ive attached a sample file and the desired result in cell F1 - the formula im using shows how many times its repeated but not the sum ?

If you could help I would be very grateful

J
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Subodh Tiwari (Neeraj)

8/22/2022 - Mon
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Jase Alexander

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HI Subodh

Thanks so much for this - works perfect !!

J
Subodh Tiwari (Neeraj)

You're welcome Jase! Glad it worked as desired.
Thanks for the feedback.
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