# How do you correct a value error in a Sumif Sumifs function?

## How do you correct a value error in a Sumif Sumifs function?

Solution: Open the workbook indicated in the formula, and press F9 to refresh the formula. You can also work around this issue by using SUM and IF functions together in an array formula. See the SUMIF, COUNTIF and COUNTBLANK functions return #VALUE!

**Why wont my Sumifs return a value?**

If you are writing the correct formula and when you update sheet, the SUMIF function doesn’t return updated value. It is possible that you have set formula calculation to manual. Press F9 key to recalculate the sheet. Check the format of the values involved in the calculation.

**Why is Sumifs not working correctly?**

SUMIF Not Working Because of Uneven Data Format As you know that the SUMIF function deals with numbers that can be summed up. At first, you have to check the sum range whether it is in the proper number format or not. While importing data from other sources, facing uneven data formats is not so rare.

### Why do I get #value with Sumifs?

SUMIFS situation with #VALUE errors This is due to the Sum range and the Criteria range not matching i.e. the sum range is C24 to D48 (2 columns and 24 rows) but the criteria range is B24 to B48 (1 column and 24 rows). With a SUMIFS this results in a #VALUE!

**What can I use instead of Sumifs?**

In spirit, the SUMPRODUCT option is closest to the SUMIFS formula since we are summing values based on multiple criteria.

**What is the difference between Sumif and Sumifs?**

The SUMIF formula returns the sum of cells based on one criterion (a result that matches one condition). Whereas, the SUMIFS function returns the sum of cells that meet multiple criteria. The criteria mentioned in both functions can be dates, numbers, and text.

## Which is faster Sumifs or SUMPRODUCT?

In fact, it turns out that the SUMIFS approach is 15 times faster than the SUMPRODUCT one at coming up with the answer on this mammoth dataset.

**How do I get rid of value error in sum formula?**

How to fix the #VALUE error in your Excel formulas

- Solution 1: SUM formula. Replacing the addition operator, + , with the SUM formula eliminates the VALUE error.
- Problem 2: Hidden space with a Numerical Operator.
- Solution 2: Delete the space or use the PRODUCT formula.

**How do I get rid of error in sum formula?**

Sum Range with Errors

- We use the IFERROR function to check for an error. Explanation: the IFERROR function returns 0, if an error is found.
- To sum the range with errors (don’t be overwhelmed), we add the SUM function and replace A1 with A1:A7.
- Finish by pressing CTRL + SHIFT + ENTER.

### How do I fix #value error in Excel?

Remove spaces that cause #VALUE!

- Select referenced cells. Find cells that your formula is referencing and select them.
- Find and replace.
- Replace spaces with nothing.
- Replace or Replace all.
- Turn on the filter.
- Set the filter.
- Select any unnamed checkboxes.
- Select blank cells, and delete.

**How do I fix the SumIf error in Excel?**

Using the syntax =SUMIFS ( C2:C10, A2:A12 ,A14, B2:B12 ,B14) will result in the #VALUE! error. Solution: Following this example, change the sum_range to C2:C12 and retry the formula. Note: SUMIF can use different size ranges. Do you have a specific function question?

**Why do my SumIf/SumIf/countifs return a “value” error?**

SUMIF/SUMIFS functions that refer to a cell or a range in a closed workbook will result in a #VALUE! error. Note: This is a known issue with several other Excel functions such as COUNTIF, COUNTIFS, COUNTBLANK, to name a few. See the SUMIF, COUNTIF and COUNTBLANK functions return “#VALUE!”. Error article for more information.

## What is the problem with sumifs?

For example: =SUMIF (B2:B12,”long string”&”another long string”) Problem: In SUMIFS, the criteria_range argument is not consistent with the sum_range argument.

**Which is an example of a SumIf argument?**

For example: =SUMIF (B2:B12,”long string”&”another long string”) Problem: In SUMIFS, the criteria_range argument is not consistent with the sum_range argument. The range arguments must always be the same in SUMIFS.