Sum if not blank
Heather K
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I am trying to sum across multiple columns but have it show blank if the columns do not have values. Each of the columns has a formula in them to calculate a number. However, I want the sum column to show blank instead of 0 if all of the other columns are blank.
My formula right now is =SUMIF([Question 1 Score]@row:[Question 5 Score]@row, <>"", [Question 1 Score]@row:[Question 5 Score]@row) which is still giving me a 0 when all columns are blank.
How do I get it to show blank when the other columns are blank?
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That works to show the blank but then if all the scores are 0, it is still showing blank instead of 0.

Perfect. Thank you very much!
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