SumIF for multiple criteria to include date falls in particular month

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
Table

Reason     Jan    Feb     Mar
EDD
cfhasan1Asked:
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tomfarrarCommented:
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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tomfarrarCommented:
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.
EE.xlsx
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tomfarrarCommented:
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.
EE.xlsx
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cfhasan1Author Commented:
Great!  This provides me with exactly what I was looking.
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tomfarrarCommented:
Glad to help..
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