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0:20 2:54 Suggested clip How to SUM a Range of Cell values which contain some error YouTubeStart of suggested clipEnd of suggested clip How to SUM a Range of Cell values which contain some error
Click the cell you want the sum to appear in and click "=." Type a number or click a cell that has a value. Type "+." Type another number or click the next cell cell that has a value.
Select a cell next to the numbers you want to sum: To sum a column, select the cell immediately below the last value in the column. Click the AutoSum button on either the Home or Formulas tab. Press the Enter key to complete the formula.
Sum if cell contains text If you are looking for an Excel formula to find cells containing specific text and sum the corresponding values in another column, use the SUMIF function. Where A2:A10 are the text values to check and B2:B10 are the numbers to sum. To sum with multiple criteria, use the SUMIFS function.
Here's a formula that uses two cell ranges: =SUM(A2:A4,C2:C3) sums the numbers in ranges A2:A4 and C2:C3. You'd press Enter to get the total of 39787. To create the formula: Type =SUM in a cell, followed by an opening parenthesis (.
Click on the cell where you want the result of the calculation to appear. Type = (press the equals key to start writing your formula) Click on the first cell to be added (B2 in this example) Type + (that's the plus sign) Click on the second cell to be added (A3 in this example)
If you need to sum a column or row of numbers, let Excel do the math for you. Select a cell next to the numbers you want to sum, click AutoSum on the Home tab, press Enter, and you're done. When you click AutoSum, Excel automatically enters a formula (that uses the SUM function) to sum the numbers.
Sum if less than. =Sumif(F3:F8,<1000) Output : \$1384.62 (Added cells which are having sales of less than \$1000) Sum if equal to. =Sumif(F3:F8,=1000) Sum if Greater than. =Sumif(F3:F8,>1000)