Thanks for the reply Paul,
I was working on a 'wtf?' reply as to why the list converted my HTML
email (had the values in a simple table) to plain text.
Also, I have no clue what happened with the 'DUM' in the subject - I
didn't type that... weirdness...
Blindly converting HTML to plain text AND disallowing small simple
attachments really makes it difficult to paint an accurate picture to
On 7/20/2014 2:12 PM, Paul <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
On Sun, 20 Jul 2014 13:47:35 -0400 Tanstaafl wrote:
Ok, we keep sales for Sales by month, with the Sales Rep in a Row and
each month in a column...
This didn't come through properly (my email client does text by
default, and didn't get an html part, not sure if that is why I'm not
seeing what you intended), and doesn't make any sense. However,
assuming it's as simple as you state above...
It is -
I'm picturing each row for a different sales rep, and columns B
through M are for months of the year (with A being for the name). In
which case I assume that each cell has a sales amount if we are past
that month, otherwise has zero.
Almost... there is also a YTD column at the end, and this is the column
with the formula I'm working on.
But, your confusion is my fault, and stems from one important detail I
neglected to mention.
I have one sheet for the current year, and other sheets for previous years.
The formula for the YTD column for the current year sheet is just as
simple as you described below and works fine.
The problem is the same column for the prior year sheets. I need the YTD
column for those sheets to sum up each Sales Reps totals for that past
year, but only to the *current* month. Subsequent months are not zero,
so I can't just SUM the entire range.
This is so the boss can easily see how each Rep is doing compared to
each prior year (I pull this value in on a Master Sheet used to show
Currently I do a Find/Replace at the beginning of each month to change
the formula to sum the correct ranges, but I'd really like this to
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...
Uh, I don't get this, maybe because I'm not a financial type, but do
you mean it should always sum Jan to Jul, unless we are in or after
Aug, in which case it should sum Jan to Aug, but it will never sum Jan
to Mar or Jan to Nov or anything else? Or do you simply mean it should
sum Jan to whatever month we've just passed?
Actually I want it to sum the range from Jan to MONTH(TODAY())-1.
So, through the end of the prior month.
Hope this better defines the problem...
Thanks again Paul
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