The SUMIF Formula – Using Comparison Operators ( ) as Criteria

Use the or comparison operators as criteria in the SUMIF formula.
Example:

1. In cell E2, type the criterion 501.
2. In cell D2, insert the SUMIF formula shown in the Formula Bar.

Result:
The SUMIF formula returns only the total of cells B12:B17 because the value of cells A12 to A17 are 501.
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The SUMIF Formula – Using Comparison Operators ( ) as Criteria

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