sumif and date range

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I was wondering if someone can help me with a Sumif and date range formula?

I wanted to add invoices for two date ranges for one client.

I've attached a file with some data in it that explains what I want to do.

Thanks in advance for your help!


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best response confirmed by allyreckerman (Microsoft)

@GT1704 Perhaps the attached file will work for you. I've used SUMPRODUCT in stead of SUMIF.


Thank you Riny_van_Eekelen!
This works very well. I have not used SUMPRODUCT before and this is an excellent alternative.



C12: =SUMIF(D2:D4,"<="&"15.09.2021",H2:H4)

C13: =SUMIF(D2:D4,">="&"16.09.2021",H2:H4)

you need to press Ctrl+Shift+Enter to enter them

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I would be happy to know if I could help.



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Thank you NikolinoDE for taking the time to answer my question.
This works very well.


Others have already answered but since I laid out the sheet before going to lunch ...

I would most likely go with SUMIFS, but there are alternatives


The SUMPRODUCT is simply a wrapper that makes legacy Excel process arrays correctly; I reality, I use SUM.  By the way, I needed to re-commit your dates because they came over as text.


@Peter Bartholomew 

As cosmetic



MONTH(Date)= MONTH(startMonth)
Agreed. I guess I was mesmerised as to how the OP got March figures out of September dates (text at that). For me semantics and legibility are a critical element of code development but I have to recognise that others prioritise brevity or the speed of code creation.