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In Excel 2013 I want to calculate a percentage of a total amount of payments made in a date range.  The date range would be pulled out of a payment ledger.

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In Excel 2013 I want to calculate a percentage of a total amount of payments made in a date range.  The date range would be pulled out of a payment ledger.  I have the rules that need to be applied to the totals but I don't know how to write the formulas.
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Rgonzo1971 earned 500 total points
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Hi,

pls try

=SUMIF(A12:A26,"<"&DATE(2015;3;5),E12:E26)*0.05

and

=SUMIFS(E12:E26,A12:A26,"<="&DATE(2015;4;30),A12:A26,">="&DATE(2015;4;19))*0.1

Regards
Sales-BonusV1.xlsx
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Thanks.  This helped seed the solution to many of my Excel challenges.
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