Can I apply the formula in the criteria range in SUMIFS as I don't want to do it outside?
I am tried something like this:
No, that kind of manipulation doesn't work in SumIfs. You would need to use SumProduct. You shouldn't use full-column references with that, since that will be very slow.
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