In this tutorial we will learn how to use SUMPRODUCT IF formula in Microsoft Excel. The SUMPRODUCT IF formula in Microsoft Excel is a versatile and useful tool that combines the functionality of two different functions, SUMPRODUCT and IF. The SUMPRODUCT IF formula in Microsoft Excel is a combination of the SUMPRODUCT and IF functions, and is used to sum the product of values in a range of cells based on one or more conditions. The syntax for the SUMPRODUCT IF function is : SUMPRODUCT(IF(criteria, [sum_range]))

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### Step 1 – Select a blank cell

– Select a blank cell in which you want to use the SUMPRODUCT IF formula.

### Step 2 – Place an Equals sign

– Place an Equals sign in the targeted blank cell.

### Step 3 – Use the SUMPRODUCT IF formula

– Here we have a list of sales persons in column A, and the corresponding sales figure in column B. You could use the SUMPRODUCT IF function to calculate the total sales for a particular salesperson. The formula would be

=SUMPRODUCT(IF(A2:A7=”John”,B2:B7))

– A2:A7 is the range of cells to be evaluated based on the “criteria”.

– A2:A7=“John” is the criteria i.e. condition that must be met in order to multiply and sum the values in the “sum_range”.

– B2:B7 is the sum_range i.e. the range of cells to be multiplied and summed, if different from the “range”.

### Step 4 – Press the Enter Key

– Press the Enter Key to get the result.