SUMIFS #VALUE! - HELP!!!

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johnb1979

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Hi all,

I posted this problem yesterday and two people have had a go but unfortunately I still haven't got to the bottom of this issue - maybe I've not explained it clearly but I'll try again in the hope that someone might be able to help out an Excel novice :)

I have a spreadsheet that has a tab for each month of the year, and an additional tab (2020 Review), that will show the collated information from each month, like a yearly review. The sheet is used to track sales/quotes.

In any given month, the value of the quote (£) is entered into column 'D'. In column 'H', the quote is set to 'active' from a drop down list. If that quote turns to an order, the 'active' in column 'H' is changed to 'won'. Also, in column 'I', the relevant month the quote turned to an order is selected from from a drop down list. Please see below example from the 'Jan 2020' tab where the project in line 4 is won (quoted in January, won in April);
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Below is a screen shot of the '2020 Review' Tab;

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As you can see, the formula works great for individual months (the formula in cell G7 is =SUMIFS('Jan 2020'!D:D,'Jan 2020'!I:I,"APRIL",'Jan 2020'!H:H,"won"), but when I change it to cover the whole workbook with the formula, =SUMIFS('Jan 2020:Dec 2020'!D:D,'Jan 2020:Dec 2020'!I:I,"APRIL",'Jan 2020:Dec 2020'!H:H,"won"), it returns a #VALUE! error and that's where I'm struggling. Can you see where the error is please?

Thanks for taking the time to read this post and I hope you can help.

Thanks in advance!
 

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