# Formula help

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Hey guys,

I need help to put a formula in my sheet that can sum all 'Type A' column that are from a specific campaign and specific market delivered in a specific month. so all type A, from Jazz AT, in April.

Thanks in advance

Katie

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Will the formula be on the same sheet or a different sheet?

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I hope you're well and safe!

Try something like this. (from your other question and modify it) Let me know if you need additional help!

=SUMIFS([Type A]:[Type A],Campaign:Campaign, "Jazz", Market:Market, "AT")

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if its on the same sheet you could do the following:

=sumifs([Type A]:[Type A],[Campaign]:[Campaign],"Jazz",[Market]:[Market],"AT",Iferror(month(@cell),0)=4)

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hey guys,

I've managed to find a different way around this and now only need the Type A, per campaign, per market however it not pulling through to the 2nd sheet (it works in the same sheet on summary?) and i am getting a unparseable error?

=SUMIFS({[Type A]}:{[Type A]},{Campaign}:{Campaign}, "Jazz", {Market}:{Market}, "AT")

ive also tried with the [{ the other way around.

Thanks in advance.

Katie

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