How to use DSUM Function in VBA code

How to use the DSUM function in VBA code to sum data based on multiple criteria. We have earlier learnt how to use SUMIF and DSUM functions without VBA. In SUMIF we can use a single criteria to analyze data whereas in DSUM we can use multiple criteria. Tip: When using dates in Excel it is a good idea to stick to date entries as mm-dd-yyyy  format i.e. month, day and year.

Watch the video below to learn about DSUM in VBA:


You can watch this video also on YouTube.

Here’s the VBA code:

Sub totalUsingDsum()
Range(“J12”).Value = Application.WorksheetFunction.DSum(Range(“A1:H13”), 5, Range(“K1:S2”))
End Sub

Further reading:

DSUM Function


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