At 13:47 20/07/2014 -0400, Charles Marcus wrote:
... we keep sales for Sales by month, with the Sales Rep in a Row
and each month in a column... So something like this:
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec YTD
What I'm trying to do is come up with a formula that can go in the
YTD column that will SUM only Jan thru Jul for each Rep - and
automatically change to SUM Jan thru Aug once we hit 8/1, etc...
Anyone have a clue? I've tried so many different permutations of
SUMIF(), SUM(INDIRECT()), etc, and just can't figure this one out...
Are you perhaps making heavy weather of this? What is in the cells
for months that have not so far occurred? Surely they must be blank
or zero: how can the reps have made sales before the month begins? If
you sum the values for all the months, the result will become the sum
for the year to date as the various monthly values are entered.
I trust this helps.
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