I have a table with a column that can take on values:

• <30

• 31-60

• 61-90

• '>90'

Although I think the SUMIFS() formula is attempting to evaluate the greater/less than conditions, I still want to utilise it to get the sums for each group. Here's what I'm attempting:

```=SUMIFS( AP[item_balance], AP[days_late_category], "'<30'")
```

I tried using single quotes inside the double quotes, but that didn't work : "'<30'" and "'>90'".

Is there a way to calculate this?

Nov 20, 2022 in Others 470 views

## 1 answer to this question.

Put an = in front to let Excel know you want the string literal:

`=SUMIFS( AP[item_balance], AP[days_late_category], "=<30")`

I hope this helps you.

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