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I set up an income statement that collects the data from the checking account page. I don't know how many lines will be used in a month, so I in order to collect the income statement data only for a particular month using the sumif statement, I hard code the starting line and ending line. Therefore I have edit this each month.

Instead, I would like to have a chart with start and stop lines in separate cells, then have the formula refer to the chart on the same page to see what the line number is. That was I only have to enter the start and stop lines each month instead of editing about 75 cells.

Sample Chart:
Jan                 6            80
Feb                 85          162
and so on...

Sample sumif formulas:
Hard coded:     =sumif($checks.$M$85:$checks.$M$162,etc.

Cell Reference Method (cell referenced is in parenthesis): =sumif($checks.$M$(b110):$checks.$M$(c110), etc.

Any ideas would be helpful,

John Sowden

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