Hey folks,
Just looking for some advise on how to fix this.
Problem: Double counting because of the wildcard.
What I'm trying to do is sum all 11.20 for the month of X and sum all of 11.2 for the month of X
Data:
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My formula is:
=SUMIFS(DATA!K:K,DATA!D:D,">="&DATE(2018,7,1),DATA!D:D,"<="&DATE(2018,7,31),DATA!E:E,"*" & A97 & "*")
This formula sums both the 11.2 and the 11.20
Also, the number I'm focusing on (11.20) is not always at position 13
Any suggestions?
Cliff
Just looking for some advise on how to fix this.
Problem: Double counting because of the wildcard.
What I'm trying to do is sum all 11.20 for the month of X and sum all of 11.2 for the month of X
Data:
<tbody> </tbody> |
<tbody>
</tbody>
My formula is:
=SUMIFS(DATA!K:K,DATA!D:D,">="&DATE(2018,7,1),DATA!D:D,"<="&DATE(2018,7,31),DATA!E:E,"*" & A97 & "*")
This formula sums both the 11.2 and the 11.20
Also, the number I'm focusing on (11.20) is not always at position 13
Any suggestions?
Cliff