How to create a SUMIF with ISNUMBER
I am trying to add three separate columns together, but sometimes, one column will have text in it instead of a number. Is there a way to get the formula to exclude anything that's not a number? My brain isn't functioning high enough to come up with something that works lol.
This is my current formula:
=IFERROR(Rate@row + OpEx@row + [E & J]@row, "TBD")
Best Answer

Hey @KaitlinH2
The Sum function should work for you here.
=SUM(Rate@row:[E & J]@row)
When you used the '+' sign, the formula thought you were trying to join/concatenate into a text string.
Kelly
Answers

Hey @KaitlinH2
The Sum function should work for you here.
=SUM(Rate@row:[E & J]@row)
When you used the '+' sign, the formula thought you were trying to join/concatenate into a text string.
Kelly

@Kelly Moore Thank you! I don't know why I didn't think about that!!!
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