Formula solution without VBA

rdw72777

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I have the following formula:

Code:
=SUMIF(Master!$A:$A,$A10&"_Y",Jan_BUD)

"JAN_BUD" is a named range, and there are also named ranges for "FEB_BUD", "MAR_BUD" and so on.

Each month the month name ("Jan") will change depending on the value in the input, which is a named range called "CurrMonthShort".

Is there a way, in the formula and not using VBA, to have the range in the SUMIF update to the current month each month? Essentiall,y if I cahnge the input to be "Mar", I want the SUMIF to lookin the range called "MAR_BUD".
 

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rdw72777

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It worked.

Wow, that little innovation could really save me some time in other areas...thanks.
 
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