Sum if ends with

Sum if ends with

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To sum if cells end with specific text, you can use the SUMIF function.

In the example shown, cell G7 contains this formula:


This formula sums cells in the named range price (D5:D11) only if cells in the named range product (C5:C11) end with “hoodie”.

Note that SUMIF is not case-sensitive. The criteria “*hoodie” matches any text that ends with “Hoodie” or “hoodie”.

How the formula works

The SUMIF function supports wildcards. An asterisk (*) means “one or more characters”, while a question mark (?) means “any one character”.

These wildcards allow you to create criteria such as “begins with”, “ends with”, “contains 3 characters” and so on.

To match all items that end with “hoodie” the place an asterisk (*) in front of the match text:


Note that you must enclose literal text and the wildcard in double quotes (“”).

Alternative with SUMIFS

You can also use the SUMIFS function to sum if cells begin with. SUMIFS can handle multiple criteria, and the order of the arguments is different from SUMIF. The equivalent SUMIFS formula is:


Notice that the sum range always comes first in the SUMIFS function.


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