Help w/ #INCORRECT ARGUMENT SET
Below is the formula that I currently have in place but it is giving me #INCORRECT ARGUMENT SET.
=SUMIFS({Estimating Range 1}, "Civil", {Estimating Range 3}, 9, {Estimating Range 4}, 2020, {Estimating Range 2})
I am trying to use a SUMIFS formula to capture a dollar value as stated in Estimating Range 2. But I am only wanting to get the totals for this range that meet the following requirements: Is marked Civil in Estimating range 1, Has the month of 9 in Estimating Range 3 and has the year of 2020 in Estimating Range 4.
Best Answer

Hi @Mat Haneke
With SUMIFS (plural), you'll want to have the Sum Range as the very first range in your formula, instead of at the end.
Try this:
=SUMIFS({Estimating Range 2}, {Estimating Range 1}, "Civil", {Estimating Range 3}, 9, {Estimating Range 4}, 2020)
Let me know if that works for you!
Cheers,
Genevieve
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Answers

Hi @Mat Haneke
With SUMIFS (plural), you'll want to have the Sum Range as the very first range in your formula, instead of at the end.
Try this:
=SUMIFS({Estimating Range 2}, {Estimating Range 1}, "Civil", {Estimating Range 3}, 9, {Estimating Range 4}, 2020)
Let me know if that works for you!
Cheers,
Genevieve
Need more help? 👀  Help and Learning Center
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