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Sum of column A when column B is customer and column C starts with VIP

Split column C by space and get the second word if the first word is Mr

Lookup column F from sheet2!A:C and get the third column

Yes, it is FREE. However there will be a usage limit as every generation will cost us money.

There are more functions for users who sign in. For example, you can use AI to analyze a formula. We are also thinking to add more features and increase quota.

The usage limit will diff based on user type. For anonymous users it will be applied on IP address. For signed up users, it will be applied on email address.

The AI can not guarantee to generate correct formula. You are supposed to copy the formula to your sheet and verify its correctness by yourself.

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