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Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by Kaly_mo, Nov 5, 2007.

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  1. Kaly_mo

    Kaly_mo Thread Starter

    Nov 5, 2007
    I am trying to find the formula to total up a sum between certain dates.

    for example

    In column A i have the dates
    In column B i have the amounts paid in

    I need to be able to click into a cell and use a formula to calculate the total amount in column B between certain dates in Column A.

    EG: the amount paid in between 01/10/2007 and including 30/09/2008

    i have tried the following but no sum comes out, =SUMIF(A:A,">01/10/2007and<30/09/2008",B:B)

    Please Please can anyone help

  2. Gregor1234


    Jun 3, 2004
    I am not a very experienced Excel persion but I believe the problem is that the "criteria" argument used in the SumIF function is unable to combine logical expressions like you are trying to do:

    Can Do ">6/30/2007" and can do "<11/1/2007"

    But Can't do ">6/30/2007 AND <11/1/2007" at the same time

    For you particular problem there still is a solution that uses the SumIf function

    Add up ALL of the payments and then, using SumIf, subtract off those that fall before the start date and those that fall after then ending date

    So to add all the payments between (including) June 1 '07 and Sept 30 '07:
    =sum(B1:Bn) - sumif(A1:An,"<6/1/2007",B1:Bn) - sumif (A1:An,">9/30/2007",B1:Bn)

    Now if you think about this approach you see that it isn't really necessary to sum all the payments and subtract off both ends, you only need to sum all the payments that fall on or after the start date and then subtract off those that fall after the end date.

    =sumif(A1:An,">5/31/2007",B1:Bn) - sumif (A1:An,">9/30/2007",B1Bn)
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