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Use SUMPRODUCT with IF function in Excel

This tutorial is talking about how to use IF logic with SUMPRODUCT function in Excel.

How to use SUMPRODUCT with IF function in Excel?

Have a look at the following example. To sum the total price for the product “KTE” or “OT”, you can try the following formula.

Generic Formulas

=SUMPRODUCT(--( array1=”condition”) , [array2] , [array3])


Array1: The range of cells where the condition meet;
Condition: The condition defines which values in the Array1 will be multiplied then summed;
[Array2], [Array3]: These two arrays contain the values you will multiply then add based on the corresponding in Array1.

How to use this formula?

Select a blank cell next to the first condition “KTE” in G5, enter the formula below and press the Enter key to get the total price of “KTE”. Select this result cell and then drag its AutoFill Handle down to get the total price of “OT”.

=SUMPRODUCT(--($C$5:$C$14=$G5), $D$5:$D$14, $E$5:$E$14)

Note: You can also nest the IF function inside of the SUMPRODUCT function to get it done:


After entering the formula, press the Ctrl + Shift + Enter keys to confirm it.

How does the formula work?

=SUMPRODUCT(--($C$5:$C$14=$G5), $D$5:$D$14, $E$5:$E$14)

$C$5:$C$14=$G5: Here checks if the value in each cell of range C5:C14 equals to “KTE” (locates in G5). And returns an array like this: {TRUE;FALSE;FALSE;TRUE;FALSE;FALSE;FALSE;TRUE;FALSE;FALSE};
--{TRUE;FALSE;FALSE;TRUE;FALSE;FALSE;FALSE;TRUE;FALSE;FALSE}: These two minus signs convert “TRUE” into 1 and “FALSE” into 0. Here the array turns to {1;0;0;1;0;0;0;1;0;0}:
=SUMPRODUCT({1;0;0;1;0;0;0;1;0;0}, $D$5:$D$14, $E$5:$E$14): Then the SUMPRODUCT function returns the sum of the products of corresponding values (the number 1 in the array). Finally gets the result as 1239.

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