I need to sum a cell from multiple ranges. Some of these ranges only apply if a certain cell isn’t blank. I thought SUMIF() would apply here, but I can’t seem to use “*” or “.*” as a condition to determine the cell isn’t blank. I haven’t changed any of LibreOffice Calc’s default settings. I did look at them, and under Tools > Options > LibreOffice Calc > Calculate, Formulas Wildcards is set to “Enable wildcards in formulas”.
This question follows /question/281676/.
Until someone comes up with a better one…
Given blank-or-not cells in column A, and values to sum in column B:
Tested with LibreOffice 22.214.171.124 (x86); OS: Windows 6.1.
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Each cell checked for whether it’s blank or not corresponds to a different row to sum. Would this change this formula considerably?
@Zetawilk, Click edit below your question and use the paper clip to upload a sample file (remove all sensible data before).