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Old 01-03-2013, 11:37 AM
docwhit docwhit is offline I need help with =SUMIFS Windows 7 64bit I need help with =SUMIFS Office 2010 64bit
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In E21 is my SUMIFS But it stays like this

=SUMIFS($D$74:$D$958,$C$74:$C$958,C$21,$E$74:$E$95 8,$G41)




Should Look Like This
=SUMIFS(Expenses[Amount],Expenses[Category],I$40,Expenses[Month],$G41)



and in E39 to E41
Should be =MONTH([@Date]) That will Show the Month 1... At A39 to A41
But I cant get it to Cal...

Dose anyone Know what I need to Do or How I need to Inbed this..
I did this for 2012 Bills But Cant Remmber what I did to make it work...

Whit
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Old 01-04-2013, 12:08 AM
Kevin@Radstock Kevin@Radstock is offline I need help with =SUMIFS Windows 7 32bit I need help with =SUMIFS Office 2010 32bit
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Hi docwhit

Try the following in E21, copy across & down.

SUMIFS:
=SUMIFS($D$39:$D$50,$A$39:$A$50,">="&EOMONTH("01/"&$C21&"/2013",-1)+1,$A$39:$A$50,"<="&EOMONTH("01/"&$C21&"/2013",0),$C$39:$C$50,E$20)

Or a SUMPRODUCT:
=SUMPRODUCT(--(MONTH($A$39:$A$50)=$C21),--($C$39:$C$50=E$20),$D$39:$D$50)

Kevin
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Old 01-05-2013, 12:58 PM
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Hi docwhit

Try the following in E21, copy across & down.

SUMIFS:
=SUMIFS($D$39:$D$50,$A$39:$A$50,">="&EOMONTH("01/"&$C21&"/2013",-1)+1,$A$39:$A$50,"<="&EOMONTH("01/"&$C21&"/2013",0),$C$39:$C$50,E$20)

Or a SUMPRODUCT:
=SUMPRODUCT(--(MONTH($A$39:$A$50)=$C21),--($C$39:$C$50=E$20),$D$39:$D$50)

Kevin

Here is how is should work See Attach bill101 =SUMIFS
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