Sumif formula


This is my current formula: =SUMIF($K$11:$K$700,$M12,$J$11:$J$700). I am looking for an adjusted version that will reference column B with the word "January". In other words,  a formula will sum up all the data that occurred during the month of January only.

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ProfessorJimJamMicrosoft Excel ExpertCommented:
do like this =SUMIF($K$11:$K$700,"January",$J$11:$J$700)
ProfessorJimJamMicrosoft Excel ExpertCommented:
or if you have a separate condition where the Months are in B  then here is it  =SUMIFS($J$11:$J$700,$K$11:$K$700,$M11,$B$11:$B$700,"January")

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LadkissonAuthor Commented:
That's not what I need. My formula stays as is:=SUMIF($K$11:$K$700,$M12,$J$11:$J$700). It needs to reference an additional column(column B) and only pick data that occurred during January.
LadkissonAuthor Commented:
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