# SUMIFS with Excel Table

=SUMIFS(Table[sum_col],Table[crit_col],criteria)

To conditionally sum numeric data in an Excel table, you can use SUMIFS with structured references for both sum and criteria ranges. In the example shown, the formula in I5 is:

=SUMIFS(Table1[Total],Table1[Item],H5)

Where Table1 is an Excel Table with the data range B105:F89.

This formula uses structured references to feed table ranges into the SUMIFS function.

The sum range is provided as **Table1[Total]**, the criteria range is provided as **Table1[Item]**, and criteria comes from values in column I.

The formula in I5 is:

=SUMIFS(Table1[Total],Table1[Item],H5)

which resolves to:

=SUMIFS(F5:F89,D5:D89,"Shorts")

The SUMIFS function returns 288, the sum values in the Total column where the value in the Item column is "Shorts".

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