# Cross-sheet formulas

Hi Community!

How are you?

I'd like to have the result of the following formula in another sheet:

=SUMIFS(Hours:Hours, Date:Date, >=DATE(2023, 2, 5), Date:Date, <=DATE(2023, 2, 11), Done:Done, 1)

I tried the following way but it did not work:

=SUMIFS({Hours0}:{Hours0}, {Date0}:{Date0}, >={Date0}(2023, 2, 5), {Date0}:{Date0}, >={Date0}(2023, 2, 11), {Done0}:{Done0},1)

What is wrong? Thank you so much!

• did you actually use the cross linking functionality while building your formula?

When I do a cross sheet formula the reference to another sheet looks this way:

=SUM({selection in sheet xyz})

Where the array in {selection in sheet xyz} has to be selected via creating the cross sheet formula. So, when you select a column this also ends up as {selection in sheet xyz}.

Have look here:

Hope this helps!

Stefan

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• Hi Stefan! Thank you for your response!

Yes, I did. I customized the name of the referenced columns to simplify the visualization of the formula, that's why it says "Hours0" or "Date0" for example. However, I will try it again!

Did you find another potential mistake? :)

• I found the mistake. It worked in the following way:

=SUMIFS({Hours0}, {Date0}, >=DATE(2023, 2, 5), {Date0}, <=DATE(2023, 2, 11), {Done0}, 1)

Thank you so much!

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