SUMIF formula that calculates the criteria between a number range
Having a blank mental moment. I am trying to create a sum if formula to total all of the "medium" priorities using a range of numbers. High is fine as i just did a greater or equal to (>=) and likewise (<=) for the low. When I get to the medium priority, I can't work out how to do an "in between".
Below is a screen shot of what I am working on and where the formula is up to.
=SUMIF(Score:Score, >=27, [Requested Amount]:[Requested Amount])
What do I put after the 27? Number range finishes at 53.
Many thanks!!
Tash
Answers

Try...
=SUMIFS([Requested Amount]:[Requested Amount], Score:Score, AND(@cell >= 27, @cell <= 53))

Hi Natasha,
Try with the SUMIFS function instead:
=SUMIFS([Requested Amount]:[Requested Amount], Score:Score, >=27,Score:Score, <=53).
Have a nice day,
Mathieu  Workflow Consultant
info@evolytion.com

Thanks @Paul Newcome & @Mathieu PERSICO, they both worked perfectly.
I keep thinking I understand the @cell well but often have trouble thinking how to use it effectively in a formula. I will keep trying! Thanks for your help :)

The @cell reference basically tells the formula to evaluate the previously established range one cell at a time.
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