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    Cool Adding the totals over a date criteria

    I would like a formula to count the number of hours worked by various resources each month. What formula do I use to pick up the total number of hours that resource C works in January, February etc

    DATE RESOURCE HOURS
    01/01/14 C 5
    05/01/14 C 8
    14/01/14 A 9
    14/01/14 B 10
    20/01/14 C 11
    06/02/14 C 9
    09/02/14 C 4
    13/02/14 A 7
    16/02/14 B 14
    23/02/14 C 15

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    Re: Adding the totals over a date criteria

    d2=month(a2)

    and drag down

    After that use a pivot table to get your result.
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    Re: Adding the totals over a date criteria

    Hi rio2014,
    Welcome to the Forum.
    Please find the attached sheet with two setups to see which one suits you.
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    Re: Adding the totals over a date criteria

    No need for the extra column . If the data is formatted correctly the PT will allow grouping by months

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    Re: Adding the totals over a date criteria

    wow thank you so much. i spent all day at work trying to figure it out. with 2nd setup, where you have the month in the formula ''mmmm'', i need to differentiate by year also so it can tell the difference between january 2014 and january 2015....what would i put in there? eg ''mmmmyyyy''?

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    Re: Adding the totals over a date criteria

    Please find the attached sheet to see one way to achieve this. See if this helps.
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    Re: Adding the totals over a date criteria

    or in adition to #2

    or e2=year(a2)

    and drag down

    After that use a pivot table to analyze your data.

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    Re: Adding the totals over a date criteria

    Again no extra column needed, the PT does the work for you

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