## How to sum values between two dates 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.

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#### ** Sum values between two dates with formula in Excel**

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

Select a blank cell and type into below formula, and press **Enter** button. And now you will get the calculating result. See screenshot:

=SUMIFS(B2:B8,A2:A8,">="&E2,A2:A8,"<="&E3)

**Note**: In above formula,

**D3:D22**is the value list you will sum up**B3:B22**is the date list you will sum based on**G3**is the cell with start date**G4**is the cell with end date

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#### Sum values between two dates with filter in Excel

If you need to sum values between two dates, and the date range changes frequently, you can add filter for the certain range, and then use the SUBTOTAL function to sum between the specified date range in Excel.

**1**. Select a blank cell, enter below formula, and press the Enter key.

=SUBTOTAL(109,D3:D22)

Note: In above formula, 109 means sum filtered values, D3:D22 indicates the value list you will sum up.

**2**. Select the range title, and add filter by clicking **Data** > **Filter**.

3. Click the filter icon in the Date column header, and select** Date Filters** > **Between**. In the Custom AutoFilter dialog, type the start date and end date as you need, and click the** OK** button. The total value will change automatically based on filtered values.

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