# Imported Formulas from Excel

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Happy Wednesday! I have been going in circles trying to figure out where this formula is going unparseable. I researched it against other similar (working) formulas in smartsheet and the Formula errors guidance- but I am still missing it- hoping a fresh set of eyes can help me pick out the culprit. Thank you!

=SUMIF(\$[Strategic Priority]\$2:\$[Est. CapEx(Excludes Int Labor) (k)]\$72, "=1", [Est. CapExInt Labor (k)]2:[Est. CapExInt Labor (k)]72)

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Hi

If you are able to just add the columns here with the data (screenshot from excel would be good) so I can see what you were achieving in the excel sheet.

Thanks

Purnima

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edited 10/15/20
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Hi Purnima,

Thank you for reaching out, it's just a sum formula really based on Summing three columns when a name is equal to excel formula: =SUMIF(\$I\$4:\$N\$65,"=3",P4:P65) Excel snapshot below- it's not doing anything but summing the columns. I am trying to build out a Metrics sheet with as much slicing and dicing as possible- things were going great until introducing is an \$Label@row to indicate when these two conditions are met, sum these three datasets. I know I have too many parens below, but I think I have tried to move just about every comma, ({ and }) that I could. It looks like the conditions are picking up correctly and those references are the same as other formulas on the sheet that are working with COUNTIFS, I am just missing something below and can't put my finger on it. Appreciate any feedback :)

Screenshot of my metric sheet SUMIFS formula that is Unparseable

=SUMIFS({EST CapEx ex Int Labor}, {IT Strategic Priority}\$Label@row Russ\$1, ({Est. CapExInt Labor}, {IT Strategic Priority}\$Label@row Russ\$1, ({Est. Expense}\$Label@row Russ\$1)))

Excel Doc just had summary lines floating in in columns that sum up- not by any conditional factors.

Row Names (and column N1, etc) labels

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Try this. (You can't have locked references combined with @row)

I was going to suggest that you remove the \$, but I'm confused by this part.

\$Label@row Russ\$1

What is the column name? (Label / Russ?)

I hope that helps!

Be safe and have a fantastic week!

Best,

Andrée Starå | Workflow Consultant / CEO @ WORK BOLD

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edited 10/15/20
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Label is picking up KUIB.

Use Case: I want 3 columns (the capex/expense fields) when the Label is KUIB (the @Label row) and IT PM = Russ. I am using a metric sheet to collect data based on the source sheet. Let me know if that clarifies. :)

Thanks for the help!

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Any other suggestions?

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I hope you're well and safe!

Excuse the late response.

Crazy times and I missed coming back to you.

Have you solved it, or do you still need help?

Happy New Year & Stay safe!

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Andrée Starå | Workflow Consultant / CEO @ WORK BOLD

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