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Revenue and cost calculations based on timing of rollout criteria Part II

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Continuation of Part I referenced above.

I need to be able to provide a start and end month for each scenario presented.
Monthly-Model-Example.xlsx
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Not sure if I hit all your cells that need updating or not...

I added Row 12 which defines an ending month...
then updated Row 27 "Monthly revenue" to check both start and end month.

The way sumifs works is sumifs(sum_range,criteria_range1,criteria1,critieria_range2,criteria2,...etc)

you can have as many pairs of criteria_range and criteria as you want.

in this posted example in cell I27 I have this formula:
=SUMIFS($B$27:$H$27,$B$11:$H11,"<= 1",$B$12:$H$12,">=1")

That means that we add B27 through H27...

But only if BOTH of the following critiera are true:


1) if B11 through H11 <= 1
2) If B12 through H12 >= 1


B11 through H11 are startiong month... and in Cell I27 is for month 1... so we want to add it if the starting month is <= 1 AND if the ending month >= 1.

Same logic applies to other cells as needed throughout the workbook.
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Looks good!  I'll continue to play with it and post comments or accept this by Monday.  Thanks so much.  Have a great weekend.  Cheers!
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Answer works great.

I will be posting another question related to this series.  I'll paste the url once I post the question.
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Reminder to close this question and award points if the answer is correct.   :)
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I've requested that this question be closed as follows:

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Solution worked great and was delivered very quickly.
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