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SUMIFS with 1 criteria range, multiple criteria with cell references

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    SUMIFS with 1 criteria range, multiple criteria with cell references

    I am using a sumifs function with multiple criteria ranges and criteria. If one of the criteria ranges has the possibility of 2 criteria i am using the following:

    =SUMIFS(B:B,C:C,{"Unit1","Unit2"},D:D,e4,E:E,f4)

    I want to replace the text references Unit 1 and Unit 2 to a cell reference....however I cannot figure out how...

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    Re: SUMIFS with 1 criteria range, multiple criteria with cell references

    perhaps
    =SUMIFS(B:B,C:C,{"Unit1"},D:D,e4,E:E,f4) + SUMIFS(B:B,C:C,{"Unit2"},D:D,e4,E:E,f4) then in that case you can just replace the text with cell reference.

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    Re: SUMIFS with 1 criteria range, multiple criteria with cell references

    Thanks, I can do that, but I was trying to shorten the formula if possible. Was hoping that the text in quotes inside the curly brackets could be changed to cell references...

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    Re: SUMIFS with 1 criteria range, multiple criteria with cell references

    try:

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    where G1:G2 is the range where Unit1 and Unit2 reside.

    with SUMPRODUCT, it is always advisable to use definite ranges (such as C1:C1000), instead of full-column ranges (such as C:C); there is significant improvement in performance that way.
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    CSE, aka Array aka { }, formulae are confirmed with CONTROL+SHIFT+ENTER.
    Replace commas ( , ) with semicolons ( ; ) in formulae, if your locale setting demands.
    All good ideas are courtesy resources from this forum as well as others around the web.
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