# If formula

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Brandonw409 - Feb 3, 2015 at 11:24 PM
pijaku Posts 12263 Registration date Wednesday May 14, 2008 Status Moderator Last seen January 4, 2024 - Feb 4, 2015 at 08:49 AM
This formula is killing me!

I have a column of numbers E3:E12. These are dollar amounts of bills that have been paid.

E13 contains the sum of those numbers.

F3:F12 are cells I put an "X" in when the bill has been paid.

I want G13 to have a formula that will subtract the "E" cell numbers from the E13 cell, but only if there is an "X" in the corresponding "F" cell.

E3:E12 F3:F12
\$\$\$\$
\$\$\$\$ X
\$\$\$\$ X
\$\$\$\$
\$\$\$\$ X
E:13
(SUM) G13
\$\$\$\$ E13 minus any E3:E12 cell with an "X" in the "F" cell
SO, E3 will subtract from E13, if F3 has an "X" in the cell.

I can't figure it out. Maybe that is too much for one cell??

Thanks,
Brandon

## 1 response

pijaku Posts 12263 Registration date Wednesday May 14, 2008 Status Moderator Last seen January 4, 2024 1
Feb 4, 2015 at 08:49 AM
Hello Brandon,

Try this formula in G13 :
=E13-SUMPRODUCT((E3:E12)*(F3:F12="X"))