SUMIFS() Not Working in Excel (Office 365) on MacBook

  • Hi all,

    Here is a screen snip of part of my workbook. August is on Row 1

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    Here is my formula in cell I126, which is the December "Less: Expenditure"


    What seems to happen is it seems to be using cells H13 and H19 instead of H24 and H30.

    Here is a snip of the two relevant lines in the second quarter (in Australia, we run from June to July)

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    There are no merged cells, so:
    Date = Column A
    Expend = Column H
    GST = Column J

    Can someone please help me find the answer?

    Thank you,


    PS: Don't bother buying this - it is better to go out and buy a Windows PC or Laptop. Things like create/edit UserForms are missing from VBA and Evaluate Formula is missing from Excel - not very good at all :confused:

  • You would be better off attaching the workbook so that somebody with one of those Mac thingies (yuck!) can check it for you. :)

    Ali :)

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