# How do I Sumif match text in Excel?

## How do I Sumif match text in Excel?

Using SUMIF if cells contain text and numbers

- Take column D and write down the specific words “Shirts” and “Pants” that are used with other words and figures in range.
- Take Column E for calculation of total price of all the shirts and pants in range.
- Use formula =SUMIF(A3:A10,”*Shirts*”,B3:B10) in E3 and Enter.

## Can you do a Sumif with 3 criteria?

As you see, the syntax of the Excel SUMIF function allows for one condition only. And still, we say that Excel SUMIF can be used to sum values with multiple criteria.

**Can you combine Sumif and VLOOKUP?**

You can use VLOOKUP and SUMIF (or SUMIFS for multiple criteria) together in Excel for various purposes—for example: For example, you can use SUMIF + VLOOKUP + SUMPRODUCT when you want to sum across multiple sheets then find the approximate match from a lookup table based on the totals you’ve got.

### Does Sumifs work with text?

SUMIFS is a function to sum cells that meet multiple criteria. SUMIFS can be used to sum values when corresponding cells meet criteria based on dates, numbers, and text. SUMIFS supports logical operators (>,<,<>,=) and wildcards (*,?) for partial matching.

### How do I sum cells based on text in another cell?

Sum if cell contains text in another cell

- Formula using SUMIF: = SUMIF(B3:B10,”*”&”Blue”&”*”,C3:C10)
- Formula using SUMIFS: = SUMIFS(C3:C10,B3:B10,”*”&”Blue”&”*”)
- =SUMIF(range,criteria, [sum_range])
- =SUMIFS(sum_range, criteria_range1, criteria1,[criteria_range2],[criteria2]…)
- =SUMIF(B3:B10,”*”&”Blue”&”*”,C3:C10)

**Can you do a Sumif with multiple criteria?**

The SUMIFS function sums cells in a range using supplied criteria. Unlike the SUMIF function, SUMIFS can apply more than one set of criteria, with more than one range.

#### How do I create a Sumif with multiple criteria?

=SUMIFS(D2:D11,A2:A11,”South”, Finally, you enter the arguments for your second condition – the range of cells (C2:C11) that contains the word “meat,” plus the word itself (surrounded by quotes) so that Excel can match it. End the formula with a closing parenthesis ) and then press Enter.

#### How do you use an index match?

We use the MATCH INDEX functions with multiple criteria by following these 5 steps: Step 1: Understanding the foundation Step 2: Insert a normal MATCH INDEX formula Step 3: Change the lookup value to 1 Step 4: Enter the criteria Step 5: Ctrl + Shift + Enter

**What is the different between sum and SumIf?**

Difference between SUM, SUMIF, SUMIFS, DSUM SUM. Sum function will get you a sum from multiple individual cells, a single range, or even multiple ranges in 1 shot. SUMIF. Sumif function gets you a sum based on 1 condition (only). SUMIFS. Sumifs (notice the ‘s’) gets you a sum based on multiple conditions. DSUM.

## What is the formula to SumIf?

SUMif is used to sum the amount which meets your criteria. The formula of SUMIF is =sumif(range,criteria,sum_range) The range and criteria in the formula above is exactly the same as COUNTIF formula, sum_range means the range of numbers or amounts you want to sum.

## What is match index and SUM function?

Explanation: The MATCH function matches the first value with the header array and returns its position 3 as a number. The INDEX function takes the number as the column index for the data and returns the array { 92 ; 67 ; 34 ; 36 ; 51 } to the The SUM function takes the array and returns the SUM in the cell.