## How do I sum multiple results in a VLOOKUP?

Vlookup and sum matches in a row or multiple rows with formulas

- =SUM(VLOOKUP(A10, $A$2:$F$7, {2,3,4,5,6}, FALSE))
- Notes:
- =SUMPRODUCT((A2:A7=A10)*B2:F7)
- =SUM(INDEX(B2:F7,0,MATCH(A10,B1:F1,0)))

## Can you use sum and VLOOKUP together?

You can use VLOOKUP and SUMIF (or SUMIFS for multiple criteria) together in Excel for various purposes—for example: VLOOKUP within SUMIF, when you need to sum values based on conditions, but you also have to lookup from another table to get the correct criteria value.

**How do you add two values in a VLOOKUP?**

How to Vlookup and return multiple values in Excel

- Type the formula in the first cell, press Ctrl + Shift + Enter, and then drag it down to a few more cells.
- Select several adjacent cells in a single column (F1:F11 in the screenshot below), type the formula and press Ctrl + Shift + Enter to complete it.

### How do I insert a VLOOKUP in an IF function?

Combine IF Function with VLOOKUP

- Select cell E2 by clicking on it.
- Assign the formula =IF(VLOOKUP(D2,A2:B6,2,FALSE)>2500,”Yes”,”No”) to cell E2.
- Press Enter to apply the formula in cell E2.

### How do I do a sum if using VLOOKUP?

Explanation

- SUMIF Function: It is a Trigonometry and Math function to sum the values when the established condition is true.
- Formula = SUMIF (Range, Vlookup (lookup value, table array, column index number, [range lookup]), [sum range])
- First Method: Formula needs to type from the keyboard as shown in the below image.

**Can you nest a VLOOKUP in an if statement?**

Did you know that you can use Excel IF statements along with VLOOKUPs? For example, if you wanted to enter a value from a table into a cell, based on what was in another cell, you could start with an IF statement and then enter the VLOOKUP in the “value if true” part of the IF statement.