### How to remove @ sign in formula

A client use’s the following formula to compare invoice numbers of one sheet to the other and pull the values from the one sheet to the other sheet =SUMIF(Sheet1!B:B,Sheet!C:C,Sheet1!M:M) This formula works on everyone’s machine except on 1 person’s machine. It returns ‘0’ values. When adding an @ sign to the formula =SUMIF(Sheet1!B:B,@Sheet!C:C,Sheet1!M:M) She gets…

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