Sum Until A Certain Criteria Is Met

May 31, 2007

I want to know how to do a sum until a certain criteria is met.


January 2
February 4
March 6
April 7
May 9
June 4
etc...
If the criteria is March, I want it to Sum January, Februari and March.

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Function
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