Excel SUMIF Not Blank Cells

In this article, you will learn how to use SUMIF function with non-blank cells. SUMIF is a very useful function of excel that allows the user to sum the range based on the condition.


I want a formula preferably SUMIF function to sum the numbers in column A only if the corresponding cell in column B is not empty. I have tried to use sumif multiple columns based on non-blank cells.

Following is the snapshot data we have:




  • In cell D2, the formula is =SUMIF(B:B,”<>”,A:A)




  • If we delete any cell from column B then the result will be as following:




  • We can also use SUMPRODUCT function to get the output
  • In cell F2 the formula is =SUMPRODUCT(–(A:A),–(B:B<>0))




In this way, we can use SUMIF or SUMPRODUCT function to get the sum of all the cells from a column based on non-blank cell in the corresponding cell.

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