# Sumifs Multiple Criteria

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I have this formula that i'm currently using. I need to add some more criteria to the formula and need some help.

current formula

=SUMIFS({MASTER SCHEDULE Range 1}, {MASTER SCHEDULE Range 2}, "Marc Holbrook", {MASTER SCHEDULE Range 3}, "DESIGN")

{MASTER SCHEDULE Range 3}, "DESIGN") and I need "AGREEMENT"

Also the first column it needs to be unchecked

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For evaluating a checkbox to be unchecked, it would look like this...

........., {Range}, @cell <> 1, ...........

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Happy to help. 👍️

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Are you able to provide more details as to what you need?

When you say you need "AGREEMENT"... What do you mean? Is that something in a range you already have built? If so, would it be agreement OR something else?

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AGREEMENT is an additional status I'm looking for.

I need a sum for each designer where Status is DESIGN and AGREEMENT and Hide Retained Job is unchecked

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Is it "Design" and "Agreement" both at the same time as part of a multi-selection process, or would it be one or the other in a single cell?

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one or the other in a single cell

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In that case you would use an OR statement like so:

=SUMIFS({MASTER SCHEDULE Range 1}, {MASTER SCHEDULE Range 2}, "Marc Holbrook", {MASTER SCHEDULE Range 3}, OR(@cell = "DESIGN", @cell = "AGREEMENT"))

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Thank you. This works in getting me a total for Design and Agreement for each designer.

I still need to only include the first column of unchecked "Hide Retained Job"

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For evaluating a checkbox to be unchecked, it would look like this...

........., {Range}, @cell <> 1, ...........

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That worked! thank you so much for your help.

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Happy to help. 👍️

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