Cannot get multiple criteria search to work.

slang

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https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/157UksCVqp7EMWK2jm3FV5ctHB5fJ_QbTAoPrSDXClMU/edit?usp=sharing

Ok, its been a whilesince retirement and I am REALLY rust but I just can't get either the lookup ormatch to work in the sheet linked below. I am working on a rental trackingsheet that I need to find out if there was any revenue for a specific Clientidfor each month based on the payment table. The payment table has fields forClient Id, Servicefrom, Serviceto, and Revenue per month. Please take a quick look at the threedifferent ways I attempted to solve this with nothing but a brain cramp to showfor it so far.

Sorry if it is justa simple mistake, I have been out of this for a while and its hard to get backinto it :(


 

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Re: Having a brain cloud, Cannot get multiple criteria search to work.

How about
=SUMIFS($K$12:$K$20,Rentals!$F$12:$F$20,"<="&N11,Rentals!$H$12:$H$20,">="&N11,Rentals!$C$12:$C$20,"="&$O$7)
 

slang

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Re: Having a brain cloud, Cannot get multiple criteria search to work.

OMG, That's a better approach, Looks like its time to dust off my Excel books again. Thanks for reinstating a portion of my sanity.
 
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Re: Having a brain cloud, Cannot get multiple criteria search to work.

You're welcome & thanks for the feedback
 

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