Sum if cells contain specific text

In this article, we will learn about how to Sum if cells contain specific text in Excel using SUMIF function.

In simple words, we need to find the sum corresponding to values if specific text matches

SUMIF function returns the sum of sum_range if text matches the text_range
Syntax:

=SUMIF(text_range, text, sum_range)

Let’s understand this function using it an example.

Here we have a list of Department, Hire Date & Salaries.

Now we will match the above department with the main table and find out the combined sum.

Use the formula

=SUMIF(B:B, F2, D:D)

Explanation:
String in F2 gets check with the Column B.
If the string matches with column B, corresponding values in Column D gets sum.

As you can see in the above snapshot salaries corresponding to the “Finance” department gets sum.

Now we will use the formula for other departments.

As you can see we got the sum if cells contain a specific text in Excel

Hope you understood how to get the sum if cells contain a specific text in Excel. Explore more articles on Excel functions here. Please feel free to state your query or feedback for the above article.

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