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Posted on 2013-06-15
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I got this code from here earlier today but now I need to modify it to do the same thing but sum my data by quarter instead of month & year. I have my quarters formatted to Q1-13. I want it to match the value in cell C49 instead of C18 as shown in the code below.

``````=SUMIFS(Database!\$V:\$V,Database!\$H:\$H\$,\$A\$10,Database!\$AP:\$AP,\$B19,Database!\$C:\$C,">="&EOMONTH(C\$18,-1)+1,Database!\$C:\$C,"<"&EOMONTH(C\$18,0)+1)
``````

Modified post...I also need to do the same thing for a year as well in a separate formula.
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Question by:Lawrence Salvucci

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barry houdini earned 2000 total points
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It would probably be simpler just to list the start and end dates, so if you want 1st April to 30th June 2013 just list those two dates in C49 and D49 and use this formula in E49

=SUMIFS(Database!\$V:\$V,Database!\$H:\$H\$,\$A\$10,Database!\$AP:\$AP,\$B19,Database!\$C:\$C,">="&C49,Database!\$C:\$C,"<="&D49)

You can then do the same for the year by putting 1st Jan in one cell and 31st December in another

If you want to calculate directly from Q1-13 that will make the formulas more complex.....but it can be done if you want, e.g. with Q1-13 or similar in C49 that could be

=SUMIFS(Database!\$V:\$V,Database!\$H:\$H\$,\$A\$10,Database!\$AP:\$AP,\$B19,Database!\$C:\$C,">="&MID(C49,2,1)*3-2&"/1/"&RIGHT(C49,2),Database!\$C:\$C,"<"&MID(C49,2,1)*3+1&"/1/"&RIGHT(C49,2))

or for the whole year with year like 2012 in C50 try

=SUMIFS(Database!\$V:\$V,Database!\$H:\$H\$,\$A\$10,Database!\$AP:\$AP,\$B19,Database!\$C:\$C,">=1/1/"&C50,Database!\$C:\$C,"<1/1/"&C50+1)

I'm assuming you are using US regional settings for those latter two formulas....

regards, barry
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Thanks Barry! Appreciate your help again!
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