# Simple Formula Question

#### jackson2222

##### New Member
This is probually a simple question.

I have this formula
=SUMIF(A5:A65536,TODAY(),H5:H65536)

row 5 is the top of my range. When I insert a new row at row 5, it changes the above formula to the 6 row being the start of the range.

=SUMIF(A6:A65536,TODAY(),H6:H65536)

Can I lock the formula to always keep the 5th row as the top row.

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=SUMIF(INDIRECT("A5:A65536"),TODAY(),INDIRECT("H5:H65536"))

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