Let’s say we want to sum if celll contain number i.e. adding those cells which are having sale amount of

- Less than $1000;
- Equal to $1000; &
- More than $1000

In following sales register (Pic1)

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## Formula

= Sumif (range, criteria, [sum range])

## Explanation

To sum the cells having numbers or amounts, use sumif function with logical operators like <,>,>=,<= and =.

### 1. Sum if less than

=Sumif(F3:F8,”<1000”)

Output : $1384.62 (Added cells which are having sales of less than $1000)

### 2. Sum if equal to

=Sumif(F3:F8,”=1000”)

Output : $1000 (Added cells which are having sales of equal to $1000)

### 3. Sum if Greater than

=Sumif(F3:F8,”>1000”)

Output : $9000 (Added cells which are having sales of more than $1000)

**Related Function:**

**How does a Sumif work in Excel?**

Sum function of excel adds the cells which are selected by cell reference, but what if I want to adds the cells which meet the specific criteria. The criteria for adding up cells could be text, partial text, number etc.

**Related Examples:**

**Example 2 : Sum if cell are not blank **

Let’s say we want to add up those cells which are sold

- Through Agent
- Without Agent

To sum the cells having cells which are not blank, sumif function can be used. How?

**Example 3 : Sum if cells are blank**

Here we have two option,

- First find out the total of cells which are not blank and then deduct the same from total sum.
- Directly sum if cells are blank.

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