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I have a sheet with bank statements and a want to set up a summary sheet with the total amounts per client.

I know how to do that from within the statements sheet, e.g. summing up client A:

=SUMIF(B1:B,A1:A,"A")

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But how can I do it directly from the summary sheet? Is there a way?

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how can I do it directly from the summary sheet?

Your summary sheet is just another tab

=SUMIF('summary sheet'!A31:B41,"A",'summary sheet'!B31:B41)

Your summary sheet is a different spreadsheet altogether
Neither SUMIF nor SUMIFS work well when referring to a different spreadsheet.

In this case you should use a combination of the QUERY function and the IMPORTRANGE

=QUERY(IMPORTRANGE("xxxxxx","'summary sheet'!A31:B41"),"select Sum(Col2) where Col1='A' LABEL Sum(Col2) '' ")  

(please adjust ranges to your needs)

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  • Welcome. Please remember that as per site guidelines when an answer addresses your question, accept it and even upvote it so others can benefit as well. – marikamitsos Jul 27 at 13:37
  • Thank you, this worked. I should have mentioned that it is another tab – QQ-88 Jul 27 at 14:03
  • Glad I could help. Thank you for taking the time to accept. – marikamitsos Jul 27 at 14:28

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