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    Hi:

    Referring to the attached excel file (Excel 2010 version), I have 2 questions regarding formulas for some data I am reviewing.

    1. SUMIFS formula with the use of "*" in the criteria. I can get this to work with 2 separate SUMIF formulas, but it does not work in one SUMIFS formula.

    2. Use of ISNUMBER. The formula listed below is from cell D3 in the attached file. Basically, column C has #s, but in case I enter a letter or word in column C, I want column D to to tell me to "Check Amount", instead of Credit or Debit. I believe ISNUMBER could do the trick, but I could not get it to work:

    =IF(C2<0,"CREDIT",IF(C2>=0,"DEBIT","Check Amount"))
    If you can help me out, I would greatly appreciate it.
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    Question 1 :As you are using a OR logic, you cannot use SUMIFS which is an AND logicExcel questions for SUMIFS and ISNUMBER.xlsx
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    in your formula
    HTML Code:
    IF(C2<0,"CREDIT",IF(C2>=0,"DEBIT","Check Amount"))
    the TRUE-part is "CREDIT" and the FLASE-part (already" >=0") can only get the "DEBIT" and can never become FALSE!

    the correct formula is (first checking if the input is valid):
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    =IF(ISNUMBER(C2);IF(C2<0;"CREDIT";"DEBIT");"Check Amount")

    The easiest way to get the sum of both is the formula "=B60+B61" in your excel file.
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