B

Row 3 Column B Apr-09
Row 5 Column B 17,293

Row 3 Column C May-09
Row 5 Column c 16,849

Row 3 Column D Jun-09
Row 5 Column D 17,364

Row 3 Column E Jul-09
Row 5 Column E 24,066

Row 3 Column F Aug-09
Row 5 Column F 17,151

Row 3 Column G Sep-09
Row 5 Column G 17,151

Row 3 Column H Oct-09
Row 5 Column H 17,151

Row 3 Column I Nov-09
Row 5 Column I 16,372

Row 3 Column J Dec-09
Row 5 Column J 17,940

Row 3 Column K Jan-10
Row 5 Column K 16,440

Row 3 Column L Feb-10
Row 5 Column L 15,666

Row 3 Column M Mar-10
Row 5 Column M 28,663

Row 3 Column N Year To Date Totals
Row 5 Column N 92,723

I am looking for a formula to place in Row 5 Column N, that will add the
numbers from all months before the our current month (September) starting
with April.

Next month, I wish it to add April through September.

The following month add April through October and so on.

Each month it will add all months before the month we are currently in.

I would be so darn happy if this can be done.

J

#### Jacob Skaria

One way

Please note that this is an array formula. Within the cell in edit mode (F2)
paste this formula and press Ctrl+Shift+Enter to apply this formula. If
successful in 'Formula Bar' you can notice the curly braces at both ends like
"{=<formula>}"

=SUM(INDIRECT("B5:" &

If this post helps click Yes

P

#### Pete_UK

Are those Excel dates on row 3, formatted to mmm-yy, or are they text
strings?

If they are dates then you could use a formula like this in N5:

=SUMPRODUCT((MONTH(B3:M3)<MONTH(TODAY()))*(YEAR(B3:M3)=YEAR(TODAY
())),B5:M5)

Hope this helps.

Pete

B

Thank you so much! You have done it!

Well done.

May I ask though, my total shows 301,369.43 but it should actually read
301,370

Can this be fixed?

B

Thank you Pete

Pete_UK said:
Are those Excel dates on row 3, formatted to mmm-yy, or are they text
strings?

If they are dates then you could use a formula like this in N5:

=SUMPRODUCT((MONTH(B3:M3)<MONTH(TODAY()))*(YEAR(B3:M3)=YEAR(TODAY
())),B5:M5)

Hope this helps.

Pete

B

Ok all good now and thank you both again

Jacob Skaria said:
One way

Please note that this is an array formula. Within the cell in edit mode (F2)
paste this formula and press Ctrl+Shift+Enter to apply this formula. If
successful in 'Formula Bar' you can notice the curly braces at both ends like
"{=<formula>}"

=SUM(INDIRECT("B5:" &