Excel Sum for a Date Range
February 18, 2020
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To calculate a total, based on multiple criteria, you can use the SUMIFS function. For example, you could get a total for all Pencil sales, in the West region, with this formula.
You can use operators, such as ">", "<", and wildcards, like "*", in SUMIFS criteria too. For example, put a start date in cell G3 and an end date in G4. Then, use this formula to sum all the West region Pencil sales in that date range.
=SUMIFS(D2:D10,B2:B10,F2, C2:C10,G2, A2:A10,">=" & G3, A2:A10,"<=" & G4)
Go to my Contextures site to see more ways to sum with criteria, and download the sample file.
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