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Using SUMIF and ISBLANK with multiple conditions

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    Using SUMIF and ISBLANK with multiple conditions

    Hello. I am trying to calculate the current value of my unsold stock. Each item has a 'price' and 'resell' value. If the 'resell' value is blank, it means the item has not yet been sold.

    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets...it?usp=sharing

    You can see across my 2 sheets, 4 items have not been sold:

    Scarf, T-Shirt, Table and Curtain.

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    The total value of these 4 unsold items is 753.00, and this is the value I want to display as the 'Unsold Stock Value'.

    I know how to calculate the values of a column by using
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    And I assume this should be wrapped in a sumif statement.

    I also know I can reference each individual price cell by using something like
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    I'm just not sure how to combine the two functions to achieve the desired result.

    Thank you.

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    Re: Using SUMIF and ISBLANK with multiple conditions

    You can use this formula to get the total of column B in the Clothes sheet when column C is empty:

    =sumifs(Clothes!B:B,Clothes!C:C,"")

    and so you can have a similar expression for the Furniture sheet and add them together. You would have this formula in A3 of the Total sheet:

    =sumifs(Clothes!B:B,Clothes!C:C,"") + sumifs(Furniture!B:B,Furniture!C:C,"")

    Hope this helps.

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    Re: Using SUMIF and ISBLANK with multiple conditions

    That's awesome Pete, bang on the money.
    Thank you.

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    Re: Using SUMIF and ISBLANK with multiple conditions

    Glad to help.

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