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sumif pulling the corresponding row in the sum_range rather than the sum of the criteria

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    sumif pulling the corresponding row in the sum_range rather than the sum of the criteria

    If anyone can help, I have created a very basic sumif formula and it is just returning the corresponding row's value, in this case 15. I am actually trying to use this between two sheets and it is doing the same thing where it is not searching based on the criteria, but rather only giving the value from the corresponding row. Any help is appreciated. The formula in Cell F1 is =sumif(A1:A3,A1,D1:D5). Capture.PNG

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    Re: sumif pulling the corresponding row in the sum_range rather than the sum of the criter

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    Re: sumif pulling the corresponding row in the sum_range rather than the sum of the criter

    Hi and welcome to the forum

    Please do not upload a picture of your file...rather, upload a sample of your workbook, showing what data you are working with, a few samples of your expected outcome is (manually entered is ok) and how you arrived at that. (exclude sensitive info)
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