### excel

#### Does excel have an if statement equivelent? I can't get this program to work

```The program has 5 columns.
Column A has item names
Column B has item sizes
Column C has item quantities
Column D has items that i need
Column E has the sizes for those items in the rows corresponding to the items
Most items do not have multiple sizes, but for the ones that do, there will be multiple entries of that item in column A.
What I need to do is take all the items from column D and find them in column A and give me the corresponding quantity from C.
I have been using this code to achieve this. =INDEX(C:C,MATCH(D:D,A:A,0))
This works for all items besides the ones with multiple sizes. For these items it just spits back the first size number every time.
Would there be a way to match A and D, and then check if there is a value in the size column, if so, give out the correct number?
I see how my wording is confusing here is an example of what I mean.
apples 5lb bag 12 apples 10lb bag
apples 10lb bag 13
bananas 5 grapes
grapes 7
Which using the is line of code "=INDEX(C:C,MATCH(D:D,A:A,0)) " would result in giving me the correct "7" for the grapes, but for the apples, it would give me the first result it comes across, which is the 12.
How would I get it to check the other columns to give me the 13 for apples?
```
```If I understand correctly then this will get you the correct number:
=IF(E2<>"",SUMIFS(C:C,A:A,D2,B:B,E2),SUMIFS(C:C,A:A,D2))```

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