SUMIFS Function with Comparison Operator in Excel

This tutorial explains the usage of SUMIFS functions with comparison operator in Excel.

Question: I have employees’ data that contains Employee, Region & Sales in separate column; what I want a formula to calculate the Sale as per the selected employee from dropdown selection.

Following is the snapshot of data we have:

 

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Let us calculate the Sales which are greater than 200:

  • In cell F3, the formula is
  • =SUMIFS(C2:C10,A2:A10,F1,C2:C10,”>=200″)

 

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  • The above formula will ignore any Sales done by Nancy for less than 200 & will add only those numbers which are over & above the specified criteria.

If we change the employee’s name from Nancy to Mike then the same formula will retrieve the Sales greater than 200

 

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In this way, we can use Excel SUMIFS function with comparison operator.

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