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How to use the SUMIFS function
The SUMIFS function calculates a total based on multiple criteria, it has been available in Excel since version 2010. I […]
Sum numbers between two dates
The formula in cell C15 uses two dates two to filter and then sum values in column C, the SUMIFS […]
Auto populate a worksheet
Rodney Schmidt asks: I am a convenience store owner that is looking to make a spreadsheet formula. I want this […]
Sum cells based on criteria
Katie asks: I have 57 sheets many of which are linked together by formulas, I need to get numbers from […]
Running totals based on criteria
Andrew asks: LOVE this example, my issue/need is, I need to add the results. So instead of States and Names, […]
Extract a unique distinct list and sum amounts based on a condition
Anura asks: Is it possible to extend this by matching items that meet a criteria? I have a list of […]
Sum values between two dates and based on a condition
In this post, I will provide a formula to sum values in column (Qty) where a column (Date) meets two […]

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