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How to use vlookup and sum in Excel?

Using vlookup and sum function helps you quickly find out the specified criteria and sum the corresponding values at the same time. In this article, we will show you how to combine the vlookup and sum in the formula and then use it to vlookup and sum all matches in columns or rows.

Vlookup and sum all matches in columns in Excel

Vlookup and sum all matches in rows in Excel

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Vlookup and sum all matches in columns in Excel

Combining vlookup and sum function helps you easily sum values that meet the criteria in Excel. Supposing you have a table as below screenshot shown. For quickly summing all month’s quantities of apple, please do as follows.

1. Firstly you need to type the specified criteria which you want to vlookup in a blank cell. Here I type Apple in cell A11.

2. Select a blank cell such as B11, copy and paste formula =SUM(VLOOKUP(A11, $A$2:$I$6, {2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9}, FALSE)) into the Formula Bar, and then press the Ctrl + Shift + Enter keys simultaneously.

Note: In this formula, A11 is the cell containing the value you need to lookup; A2:I6 is the data range that you use; the number 2, 3, 4 …8, 9 means the column number that we are going to sum the values in column 2, 3 …9, you can change them to your need.

Then you will get the total quantity from Jan to Aug of Apple immediately.

Vlookup and sum all matches in rows in Excel

As below screenshot shown, for quickly summing all month’s quantities of apple in different rows, please do as follows.

1. Select a blank cell (in this case I select cell B11), enter formula =SUM(PRODUCT((A2:A7=A11)*B2:I7) into the Formula Bar, and then press the Enter key.

Note: In the formula, A11 is the cell contains the vlookup value "Apple". You can change it based on your needs.

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    Kevin H · 17 days ago
    There's a typo above in the "VLOOKUP AND SUM ALL MATCHES IN COLUMNS IN EXCEL" section:

    =SUM(PRODUCT((A2:A7=A11)*B2:I7) is incorrect. Should be:

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    D Jaikumar · 1 months ago
    I have some BOQ & dispatched part qty on different dates. How can match with BOQ using sum & vlookup ?
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    Jay · 3 months ago
    Hi, The sum with vlookup is not functioning to my excel. Still showing the single value. For example suppose sum up values from columns 2,3,4,5,..I am getting a value from the column 2 only. Could you please explain on the errors?
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      crystal · 3 months ago
      Hi Jay,
      Don't forget to press the Shift + Ctrl + Enter keys while still in edit mode after entering the formula.
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    IVon · 4 months ago
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