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How to use SUMIFS with the criteria referencing a cell

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The formula

=SUMIFS('205-4'!N:N,'205-4'!E:E,">=B8",'205-4'!E:E,"<=C8")

does not work unless I actually enter the contents of B8 and C8 into the formula giving

=SUMIFS('205-4'!N:N,'205-4'!E:E,">=411001",'205-4'!E:E,"<=411010")


What is the workaround for this in Excel?

Thanks
Paul
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Question by:Zarbs
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Saqib Husain, Syed earned 500 total points
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Try

=SUMIFS('205-4'!N:N,'205-4'!E:E,">="&B8,'205-4'!E:E,"<="&C8)
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by:Zarbs
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Awesome ... thanks
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