Returns a conditional sum across a range.
Examples
Returns a conditional sum of a data column.
Sample Usage
=SUMIF(table_name!price, ">5", table_name!inventory)
Syntax
SUMIF(criteria_column, criterion, sum_column)
criteria_column
 The data column which is tested against criterion.criterion
 The pattern or test to apply to criteria_column.sum_column
 The data column to be summed, if different from `criteria_column`.
Sample Usage
SUMIF(A1:A10,">20")
SUMIF(A1:A10,"Paid",B1:B10)
Syntax
SUMIF(range, criterion, [sum_range])

range
 The range which is tested againstcriterion
. 
criterion
 The pattern or test to apply torange
.
If
range
contains text to check against,criterion
must be a string.criterion
can contain wildcards including?
to match any single character or*
to match zero or more contiguous characters. To match an actual question mark or asterisk, prefix the character with the tilde (~
) character (i.e.~?
and~*
). A string criterion must be enclosed in quotation marks. Each cell inrange
is then checked againstcriterion
for equality (or match, if wildcards are used). 
If
range
contains numbers to check against,criterion
may be either a string or a number. If a number is provided, each cell inrange
is checked for equality withcriterion
. Otherwise,criterion
may be a string containing a number (which also checks for equality), or a number prefixed with any of the following operators:=
(checks for equality),>
(checks that the range cell value is greater than the criterion value), or<
(checks that the range cell value is less than the criterion value)


sum_range
 The range to be summed, if different fromrange
.
Notes
SUMIF
can only perform conditional sums with a single criterion. To use multiple criteria, use the database functionDSUM
.
See Also
SUMSQ
: Returns the sum of the squares of a series of numbers and/or cells.
SUM
: Returns the sum of a series of numbers and/or cells.
SERIESSUM
: Given parameters x
, n
, m
, and a
, returns the power series sum a_{1}x^{n} + a_{2}x^{(n+m)} + ... + a_{i}x^{(n+(i1)m)}, where i is the number of entries in range `a`.
QUOTIENT
: Returns one number divided by another, without the remainder.
PRODUCT
: Returns the result of multiplying a series of numbers together.
MULTIPLY
: Returns the product of two numbers. Equivalent to the `*` operator.
MINUS
: Returns the difference of two numbers. Equivalent to the `` operator.
DSUM
: Returns the sum of values selected from a database tablelike array or range using a SQLlike query.
DIVIDE
: Returns one number divided by another. Equivalent to the `/` operator.
COUNTIF
: Returns a conditional count across a range.
ADD
: Returns the sum of two numbers. Equivalent to the `+` operator.