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Using LibreOffice Calc on macOS High Sierra.

I have data in 4 columns titled Date:Text:A:B

A typical row example is: 20180822:PNP:blank:500.00 OR 20180822:PNP:500.00:blank

A row will only have a value in column A or B, never both on the same row. There may be multiple rows with the same date but different Text and A or B value.

Example Data:

20180803:Cattle Baron:430.00:

1) How to SUM the values in column B for September i.e. 201809

I have tried vlookup coupled with IF and RANDBETWEEN, SUMIF. I have Googled myself silly looking for a way to SUM multiple values that meet a criteria i.e. 201808 or 201809. Vlookup and Hlookup have also not assisted as whilst they can return a single value, the addition of multiple values is an issue.

My thinking goes " SUM those values in the array a1:d5 that have the first column beginning with "201808" Putting that into a formula is what's getting me.

Pointers and solutions GREATLY appreciated.


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