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12-29-2017 10:41 AM

**I have a data validation list in column C. **

**In column D I have this formula:**

=IF(OR(C$5:C$30="400 Confirmation Calls",C$5:C$30="1100 Inbound Calls",C$5:C$30="430 Appts Created"),1,"")&IF(OR(C$5:C$30="420 Confirmation Calls",C$5:C$30="1200 Inbound Calls",C$5:C$30="450 Appts Created"),2,"")&IF(OR(C$5:C$30="450 Confirmation Calls",C$5:C$30="1300 Inbound Calls",C$5:C$30="470 Appts Created"),3,"")

At the bottom of column D I want it to sum up the total for all of D and for some reason it just returns "0".

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12-29-2017 11:14 AM - edited 12-29-2017 11:16 AM

It's a common issue!

Quick solution:

=SUMPRODUCT(VALUE(SUM RANGE))

Please refer to my answer to this question to learn more about this issue!

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12-29-2017 11:51 AM

It didnt seem to work... or I did it wrong which is much more probable.

I put

=SUMPRODUCT(VALUE(d5:d29))

I only want it to sum up the range D5:D29

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12-29-2017 12:11 PM

It should work!

Let me know what its result!

Is it 0 or something else?

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12-29-2017 12:29 PM

I guess that you have in sum range some blank cells!

If so, please use this workaround:

=SUM(IFERROR(VALUE(sum_range),0))

**NOTE:** to enter this formula, don't press **Enter**, but press **Ctrl+Shift+Enter **simultaneously, and do that each time you open the formula in the edit mode.

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12-29-2017 02:16 PM

So the first formula you gave me returned the #VALUE! error. The second formula just comes up as 0

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Best Response confirmed by Whitney Andersen (New Contributor)

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01-03-2018 08:30 AM

YOU ARE A GENIUS!! THANK YOU

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02-12-2018 08:15 PM

sorry to boder but i've been trying to use the same step you gave to solve this problem and it keeps giving my 0. please would you help me

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02-12-2018 08:28 PM

Hi Jose,

Please post a question in this community and describe your issue in details to figure out how to help you!

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