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SumIF for multiple criteria to include date falls in particular month

Posted on 2016-07-16
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I trying to create a formula that reference a range and fall in a specific month and gives the sum.  For example, if Range code = EDD and falls in January return sum of all occurrences.

The  range containing the reason codes and dates are on a different tab.  The formula needs to reference the reason code in the table against the corresresponding reason code in the tab contain the log reasons and date
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Reason     Jan    Feb     Mar
EDD
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Providing the spreadsheet would be helpful.  The sumifs function might give you what you need.

http://www.excelfunctions.net/Excel-Sumifs-Function.html
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A pivot table is also a great tool for doing what you are asking.  Assuming the data looks like what I have provided as an example.  See spreadsheet.
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Or if your date is mm/dd/yr, then you can use the grouping function in the pivot table like the attached example.  An advantage of the pivot table is if your source data is defined as a table (Ctrl/T keystroke) then it will expand or detract as the number of rows change if, for instance, the data was changed every month.
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by:cfhasan1
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Great!  This provides me with exactly what I was looking.
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Glad to help..
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