We can sum cells when certain values are not blank. We can do this with the SUMIF function. This step by step tutorial will guide all levels of Excel users through summing all non-blank values.
Figure 1: Result of Summed Values that are not blank
Setting up the Data
- We will set up our data by inputting the SALES and AMOUNT in Column A and Column B respectively
Figure 2: Setting up the Data
With this formula, we will sum the amounts in Column B provided the corresponding Cell in Column A is not blank.
The criteria “<>” is used to indicate cells that are not empty.
Summing the Values
- We will name Cell C5 as Sales with Amount
Figure 3: Summing Values that are not blank
- We will input the formula into Cell D5;
Figure 4: Summing Values that are not blank
- Now, we will press ENTER
Figure 5: Result of Summed Values that are not blank
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