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How to sum values between two dates range in Excel?

When there are two lists in your worksheet as right screenshot shown, one is the list of dates, the other is the list of the values. And you want to sum up the values between two dates range only, for instance, sum up the values between 3/4/2014 and 5/10/2014, how can you calculate them quickly? Now, I introduce a formula for you to sum up them in Excel.

Sum values between two dates with formula in Excel

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arrow blue right bubble Sum values between two dates with formula in Excel

Fortunately, there is a formula can sum up the values between two dates range in Excel.

Select a blank cell and type into this formula =SUMIFS(B2:B8,A2:A8,">="&E2,A2:A8,"<="&E3), and press Enter button. And now you will get the calculating result. See screenshot:

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Note: In above formula, B2:B8 is the value list you will sum up, A2:A8 is the date list you will sum based on, E2 is the cell with start date, E3 is the cell with end date, and you can change them based on your needs.

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    Bogdan Mateescu · 1 months ago
    Very helpful, thanks!
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    Darren · 3 months ago
    If I wanted to incorporate another IF into this formula how would I do it? My formula looks like this:

    =SUMIFS(E2:E51,C2:C51,">="&C52,C2:C51,"<="&AH52)
    I also want to include a variable in CELL D52 from the range of D2:D51.
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      IMRAN AHMAD · 1 months ago
      Can you do like this
      =SUMIFS(E2:E51,C2:C51,">="&C52,C2:C51,"<="&AH52,D2:D51,D52)
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      Tang Kelly · 3 months ago
      Hi Darren,
      If you are not familiar with the SUMIFS function, you can click Formulas > Insert Functions, type SUMIFS in the search for a function box, and click the Go button, and then specify as much criteria as you need in the Function Arguments dialog box. See screenshot:
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    Sharon · 3 months ago
    =SUMIFS(Expenses!D6:K300,Expenses!C6:C300,"> ="&References!B5,Expenses!C6:C300,"< ="&References!C5)

    returns #VALUE. Where am I going wrong? Expense tab, column C has dates. Expenses tab columns D thru K have the $$ amounts that need to be summed. References tab B5 has beginning date. References tab C5 has ending date.
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      Tang Kelly · 3 months ago
      Hi Sharon,
      There are two things you need to pay attention:
      (1) Remove space between > and =
      (2) Check if the dates are not stored as text. If stored as text, convert them to date/number.
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    hardik · 4 months ago
    DATED wgt
    09-05-2017 0.71
    30-05-2017 0.55
    07-06-2017 0.53
    07-06-2017 0.50
    07-06-2017 0.36
    07-06-2017 1.01
    08-06-2017 0.80
    13-06-2017 0.51
    13-06-2017 0.50
    13-06-2017 1.02
    14-06-2017 3.01
    15-06-2017 1.00
    15-06-2017 0.71
    19-06-2017 0.54
    24-06-2017 1.40
    26-06-2017 1.61
    27-06-2017 2.53
    30-06-2017 0.70
    04-07-2017 0.30
    04-07-2017 0.30
    04-07-2017 1.30
    04-07-2017 0.50
    05-07-2017 0.61
    10-07-2017 1.01
    10-07-2017 0.60
    10-07-2017 0.70
    12-07-2017 0.50

    i want to calculate date wise weight and convert to month



    Total month
    May -
    June -
    July -
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    Deepak Nandwanshi · 6 months ago
    thanks bro it's working