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    Date Condition in SUMIFS Statement

    I'm attempting to do a SUMIFS statement where I sum the values of the 'J' column, but only if the date in the 'D' column falls on or after a specified date. In the below, the string ?????? should basically be saying "if the date in the D column is on or after 5/30/2011".

    =SUMIFS($J$2:$J$19,$D$2:$D$19??????)


    I tried doing it like this but (as I expected) it did not work:


    =SUMIFS($J$2:$J$19,$D$2:$D$19>=5/30/2011)


    Thanks!

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    Re: Date Condition in SUMIFS Statement

    Try:.

    =SUMIFS($J$2:$J$19,$D$2:$D$19,">=5/30/2011")

    not sure what I was thinking... but try above...

    or if one condition

    =SUMIF($D$2:$D$19,">=5/30/2011",$J$2:$J$19)
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    Re: Date Condition in SUMIFS Statement

    It's hard with no workbook, but =SUMIFS($J$2:$J$19,$D$2:$D$19,">=5/30/2011”) is the right syntax

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    Re: Date Condition in SUMIFS Statement

    Try

    =SUMIFS($J$2:$J$19,$D$2:$D$19,">=5/30/2011”)

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    Re: Date Condition in SUMIFS Statement

    The syntax below did not work. I'm attaching a simplified/fictionalized example workbook. The formula would need to go into B11.
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    Re: Date Condition in SUMIFS Statement

    Works for me... see attached.

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    Re: Date Condition in SUMIFS Statement

    Never mind my last post. This string from earlier in the thread worked in the "real" workbook:
    =SUMIFS($J$2:$J$19,$D$2:$D$19,">=5/30/2011")

    Must've copied it wrong but i got there in the end. Thanks!

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