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    I'm not sure if I'm using the correct formula for what I need. Each tab has monthly data that represents the number of hours each staff member spent on a project. For my YTD tab, I'm trying to find a formula that can keep a running total for each member.

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    [quote name='Wordnewby65' post='764519' date='10-Mar-2009 02:08']I'm not sure if I'm using the correct formula for what I need. Each tab has monthly data that represents the number of hours each staff member spent on a project. For my YTD tab, I'm trying to find a formula that can keep a running total for each member.

    TIA.[/quote]
    You don't want SUMPRODUCT, a simple SUM will do, for example in YTD!C3:

    =SUM(Mar:Apr!D8)

    and drag to the right to F3.

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    Morning Hans,

    I tried your suggestion and I got #VALUE! as the result. Do you know why? =SUM(Mar!D8:Apr!D8)

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    [quote name='Wordnewby65' post='764549' date='10-Mar-2009 10:06'][/quote]
    See the attached version: [attachment=82753:Book1.xlsx]
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    That's so awesome. I did know Sum function can do that. Danke very much!

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