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SumIF formula with criteria is Text inside a Formula?

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    SumIF formula with criteria is Text inside a Formula?

    If I have a ="Date: "&TEXT(B90," mm/dd/yy ")&SUM(C91:C102) inside Column C but I want a Total Cell in column D to Sum data above in column D, where a specific Text is inside column C... how would that work?

    This is not working =SUMIF(C6:C102,"D*",D:D)

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    Re: SumIF formula with criteria is Text inside a Formula?

    You can't mix ranges, they need to be the same size.

    =SUMIF(C6:C102,"D*",D6:D102)
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    Re: SumIF formula with criteria is Text inside a Formula?

    thanks Jeff, i tried that it still does not seem to find the rows with the Text inside the Cell/Formula of "Date". Everything eighth rows ( could vary later) has this formula in it:

    ="Date: "&TEXT(A104," ")&" Total: "&SUM(C92:C103)

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    Re: SumIF formula with criteria is Text inside a Formula?

    thank you for your help...i got it to work!

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    Re: SumIF formula with criteria is Text inside a Formula?

    You are very welcome and thanks for the feedback

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