Total Daily Cells Multiple Rows Into Another Sheet One Cell

yeahdudeman

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Using Office 365
I have 2 sheets
Sheet #2 contains multiple rows.
There can be multiple rows for the same day.
In column L on sheet #2 it has the date- for this example 30-Dec. Total of 4 rows with this date.
There will be multiple rows for each day and not always the same amount of rows.
Ultimately I'm trying to get the sum of what is in column H for each day's rows to show in a cell on sheet #1 automatically without having to manually do an =SUM() etc.
I want that total to be on sheet #1 in column B starting with B9
In column A on sheet #1 it will show the date. For this example in A9 it will show 30-Dec. I'm ok with typing this manually but an added bonus would be for this to auto-populate a new row if in sheet #2 a new date is added in column L.
This is what I'm trying to accomplish: I want the total of everything in column H on sheet #2 for each date (the date that is in column L) to show on the row for the corresponding date in sheet #1 in column B.

See attachments and let me know if you have any questions.

Appreciate any help you can give. Thank you!
 

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Fluff

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Hi & welcome to MrExcel.
How about in B9 copied down
Excel Formula:
=SUMIFS(Sheet2!H:H,Sheet2!L:L,A9)
 

yeahdudeman

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Hi & welcome to MrExcel.
How about in B9 copied down
Excel Formula:
=SUMIFS(Sheet2!H:H,Sheet2!L:L,A9)
Fluff thanks a lot. What an incredibly easy formula that I never could figure out. Tried similar but must have not been typing it out correctly. That worked perfectly. Much appreciated for the quick reply and solution.
 

Fluff

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You're welcome & thanks for the feedback.
 

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