Select Dates from a compiled list by month

NICKDENMAN

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Hi all

I am in the process of making a eBay Sales logger / profit report for a college

I would like to be able to select a month in a cell and sales referring to that Month show in a list below

for example B2 would have a month of the year, in the cells below from B4 down would have a list of sales throughout the year B being the Date of the Sale

What i want to achieve is that if B2 was say January all the sales from January show only.


October
DateItem NumberPayment MethodSale PricePostage PriceTotal Sale PricePaypal FeeFinal Value FeeItem CostPostage Cost
12/12/201411113Paypal£9.00£2.00£11.00
12/09/201411113Paypal£9.00£2.00£11.00
11/09/201411113Paypal£9.00£2.00£11.00
10/09/201411113Paypal£9.00£2.00£11.00
10/05/20141111112Paypal£9.00£2.00£11.00

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Oeldere

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make a helpcolumn and use the formula =month(b4) and drag down.

After that filter on the helpcolumn with the month.
 

NICKDENMAN

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can i make the filter look at cell b2 and see which month is selected Ie if January is selected show all of January sales
 

Oeldere

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Excel 2003 => filter =>

formula is greater than or equal => 01-01-2014
formula is smaller than or equal => 31-01-2014

but I think the given option is quicker.
 
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