SUMIFS when a column is not blank
I have multiple sheets that I am working from where I need to sumifs a column only if another column in the same row is not blank.
This is what I want to do:
If {Column C} is Blank or more than 0, Sumifs {Column B}, if {Column A} is checked
This is what I've tried:
=IF(SUMIFS({Column C}) < 0, "", SUMIFS({Column B}, {Column A}, 1))
Please help
Best Answer

Check your formula  you have it set to Column C<0 instead of >.
If I understand correctly it should work with a Sumifs statement:
=SUMIFS(ColumnB:ColumnB, [Column A]:[Column A], 1, [Column C]:[Column C],>0)
You are summing the vaules in Column B if the row in Column A=1 (or checked) and column C is
Vince
Answers

Check your formula  you have it set to Column C<0 instead of >.
If I understand correctly it should work with a Sumifs statement:
=SUMIFS(ColumnB:ColumnB, [Column A]:[Column A], 1, [Column C]:[Column C],>0)
You are summing the vaules in Column B if the row in Column A=1 (or checked) and column C is
Vince

Thank you! The formula was easier than I was thinking it was going to be.
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