Problem with Formula

Hi I am trying to use this formula to sum together all of the values that meet a criteria defined in O10.

=SUMIF(Sheet3!N:N, ">" &O10)

I want to now update the formula to sum together all of the values between two values - however the below does not work - what am I doing wrong? It keeps saying there are too few arguments!

=SUMIFS(Sheet3!N:N, "<" &O10, Sheet3!N:N, ">"&O12)
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pls try

=SUMIFS(Sheet3!N:N, Sheet3!N:N, "<" &O10, Sheet3!N:N, ">"&O12)

EDIT for reference

Tj aCommented:
Yeah you need 1 more argument. The syntax for sumifs is,

=SUMIFS ( Sum Range, Criteria Range1, Criteria1, Criteria Range2, Criteria2,...)

I'm assuming your Sum Range is Sheet3!N:N and your criteria is O10 and O12. That means you need the criteria ranges (the ranges that may contain the values in O10 and O12)

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gisvpnAuthor Commented:
Great thanks both - I was missing that additional info
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