Sum if three columns are blank
Trying to write a formula to say if column A + column B and column C are blank sum column D
=SUM(ISBLANK({column A}@row,+ {column B}@row,+{column C}@row, SUM({column D}@row)))
I feel like I'm close but still getting an error
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@Connie Cochran Review the syntax to make sure you understand where commas are needed instead of plus signs.
From your use of { and }, I take it those ranges are cross referenced from another sheet?
I suggest you try a straightforward SUMIFS:
= SUMIFS({column D}, {column A}, ="", {column B}, ="", {column C}, ="")
dm
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You will need a SUMIFS for this:
=SUMIFS({Column D}, {Column A}, @cell = "", {Column B}, @cell = "", {Column C}, @cell = "")

@Connie Cochran Review the syntax to make sure you understand where commas are needed instead of plus signs.
From your use of { and }, I take it those ranges are cross referenced from another sheet?
I suggest you try a straightforward SUMIFS:
= SUMIFS({column D}, {column A}, ="", {column B}, ="", {column C}, ="")
dm

THANK YOU!! That worked!

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