Cross-sheet formula for conditional sum of column

I am trying to create a formula that calculates that sum of a column from a different sheet. Conditions are that the column for PM name of the referenced sheet must match the PM name for this row. (trying to calculate this sum for multiple PM names)

The column I am attempting to sum from the referenced sheet contains a conditional formula that assigns 0, 1, or 2 depending on a specific task verbiage and the column status is "active".

I keep getting a sum of 0, but unsure why.

Can anyone help??

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=sumif({PM column from other sheet},[PM Column]@row,{column to be summed})

• I am trying to sum the column "Support Type Calc" in image 1.

I want this sum to translate to the cell in the row "current" and column "support type". Conditions need to include the BaPM must match BAS name.

The formula I have currently for this cell is listed in image 3, but I keep getting 0.

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Did you perhaps have the ranges in the wrong spot in the formula? The last range is the range you want to sum.

• edited 10/04/22

Hi Michael-

The last range of the formula is the column I want to sum. I did use the same formula for the sum of the proceeding columns for programs, study, CROs, which all work appropriately. I'm not sure if there are limitations based on the formula used to produce the denotation of 0, 1, or 2 ?

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