SUMIF based on range of DATE

srizki

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I used these formula to sum by months, but I realized that not all dates are on the first day of the month, there for it did not work.
Can some one help me by providing a formula that sums on the base of range date or rather month.
thanks.
YTD August FA and GL.xls
DEFG
1433TotalForAugust3,405,503.26
1434TotalForJuly2,945,583.84
1435TotalForJune6,933,994.76
1436TotalforMay9,996,888.58
1437TotalforApril11,025,035.74
1438TotalforMarch3,620,218.39
1439TotalforFebruary4,319,309.93
1440TotalforJanuary8,322,190.62
AUGUST YTD FA
 

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Andrew Poulsom

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You could try:

=SUMIF(E2:E1430,"<=8/31/06",F2:F1430)-SUMIF(E2:E1430,"<8/1/06",F2:F1430)

or:

=SUMPRODUCT(--(MONTH(E2:E1430)=8),F2:F1430)
 

srizki

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Thank you Andrew.
 

Airfix9

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EG for August:

Code:
=SUMIF(E2:E1430,">=8/1/06",F2:F1430)-SUMIF(E2:E1430,">=9/1/06",F2:F1430)
 

srizki

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On the other sheet I have instead of whole date there is just 01, 02, 03 etc. I am trying to put that in the second formula you provided, but I am doing it worng, can you please correct my formaul.
=SUMPRODUCT(--(F9:F4832=8),G9:G4832)
Thanks
 

srizki

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I got it, Thank for checking it,

=SUMIF(F9:F4832,"=08",G9:G4832)
 

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