Nesting A New Criteria In Sumif

Feb 13, 2009

I have the following Formula:

=SUMIF('Sheet2'!C:C;Sheet1!B3;'Sheet2'!E:E)

In this way I got the sum of all items located in column E wich have the same value than in B3 in Sheet 1....

How could I change the formula in the way that only returns the Values in Sheet2 E:E when (If equals to B2 and C2 in Sheet 1 then Sumif)

The value which I want to use to filter is in the same columns in both sheets

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