Help me with this.

I want to total all score that has Cell A=STUD but Cell B=A, and also A=MAN but B=C.

can you give me the formula for this I really appreciate your help guys.

A B C

STUD A 2

MAN C 3

STUD A 5

STUD A 10

To get Total of STUD A

=SUMIF(A1:A100,"=STUD",C1:C100)To get Total of MAN C

=SUMIF(A1:A100,"=MAN",C1:C100)Change A1:A100 and C1:C100 as per your data.

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If I understand your question correctly, you want to SUM Column C based on 2 conditions: SUM of STUD in Column A but only when the corresponding cell in Column B = A.

If that if correct, the solution depends on the version of Excel that you are using.

For Excel 2007 and beyond try:

=SUMIFS(C1:C4,A1:A4,"=STUD",B1:B4,"=A")

For all versions, older and newer, this should work:

=SUMPRODUCT((A1:A4="STUD")*(B1:B4="A")*(C1:C4))

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Thanks for you for answer it help a lot for me.

Sorry for the subject line and thanks for changing my subject line.

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