Where Table1 is an Excel Table as seen in the screen shot. In the example shown, we are using the SUMIFS function to “look up” the price of an item based on the item name, color, and size. The inputs for these criteria are the cells H5, H6, and H7. Inside the SUMIFS function, the sum range is supplied as the “Price” column in Table1: Criteria are supplied in 3 range/criteria pairs as follows: With this configuration, the SUMIFs function finds matching values in the “Price” column and returns the sum of matching prices for the specific criteria entered in H5:H7. Because only one price exists for each possible combination of criteria, the sum of the matching price is the same as as the sum of all matching prices. Notes:

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