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[libreoffice-users] Re: SumIF / SumProduct question

Why not:
=SUMPRODUCT($O$2:$O$131="x",$AU$2:$AU$131="Dk Blue", $AW$2:$AW$131)
the function multiply the values for every argument, if a condition is true
their result is 1, what implies if both are true=
1 * 1 * AWvalue
and this result is added.

and depends on your version you can do it:
=SUMIFS( $AW$2:$AW$131,$O$2:$O$131,"x",$AU$2:$AU$131,"Dk Blue")

Miguel Ángel.

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