How to sum cell values with case sensitive in Excel?
It may be easy for us to sum cells based on specific value, but, have you ever tried to sum cell values with case sensitive. For example, in the below data range, you just want to sum cells based on “Apple” and ignore lowercase “apple”, how could you finish this task in Excel?
The following formula can help you to sum cells with case sensitive, please do as this:
Enter this formula: =SUMPRODUCT(--(EXACT($A$2:$A$15,E1)),$B$2:$B$15) into a blank cell where you want to put the result, and then press Enter key, the sum result you want has been displayed, see screenshot:
Note: in the above formula: E1 is the specific criterion you want to sum based on, A2:A15 is the column contains the criterion, B2:B15 is the column data that you want to sum. Please change them to your need.
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