Can anybody help?
I am creating a formula in a cell of a spreadsheet which will
Count all in stances of "distribution centre" within a column
This is achieved using the
=COUNTIF('calls closesdon 3 - 4 Dec'!G4:G14, "GROUP")
I was wondering whether it was possible in excel to use a statemen
=COUNTIF('calls closesdon 3 - 4 Dec'!G4:G14, "GROUP") and (nex
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You can use sumproduct to count with more than one condition multiple ranges
Can someone explain why these two expressions differ referring to the value 5?
IF(A2:A10<5 etc. ) but
COUNTIF(A2:A10,"<5") requires a comma and quotes
Wouldn't it make sense for them to be the same?
For us it would seem to make sense, but for the computer not so much :-)
My understanding is that in the IF statement the <5 is a Comparison
Operation which is a part of the 1st Function Argument whereas in the
COUNTIF it is a Criteria Reference supplied as the 2nd independent Function
Argument. If it stood alone as simply <5 it would ...Countif ...
I have a column with phone numbers. I want to count how many phone numbers
have the area code "214" and "972".
Thanks, the first formula worked.
"Jason Morin" wrote:
> The formula depends on how your phone numbers are formatted and whether they
> are text or actual 10 digit numbers. For example, if they are text and you
> simply need the first 3 numbers in the cell, try:
> If the area codes are enclosed in parentheses, you could use:
> =SUM(COUNTIF(A1:A10...Criteria/CountIf and Pivot Table
My data looks like this
ID Date CWA
1 08/12/2006 0
2 08/13/2006 1
3 08/14/2006 1
4 08/01/2006 0
Based on the above data, I want to create a pivot, by month (I know I
only have Aug here)
to show the following:
Sum of CWA
Count of CWA
Percent of cases that were submitted with CWA.
The CWA is an indicator field that looks at another field (not listed
here) to determine if there is cash in a...Countif
I am trying to solve the following problem
i) cells A1 to A10 have either M or F (male or female)
ii) cells B1 to B10 have either (grades) A B or C
iii) I want (eg cell B13) to state the number of female students who scored
A... and cell B14; how many female students who gained B etc
I have tried various things including countif, sumif etc. It seems like a
straight forward problem but the solution evades me!
in Cell B13 and filled down to Cell B15.
> I am trying to solve ...CountIf with And
Novice Excel user on Excel 2003. I have a yearly data input sheet to track
codes. I use the date (fomatted as 1/01/2009) and a code. I want to track
the codes in a mothly chart for ease in summarization and improvment
tracking. The codes are used to define a department and an error in that
department (code 1a means - AR department and error a). I need to pull and
total the amount for each code for each month. After searching for a while
it seems that using CountIf with And does not work. Any suggestions would be
=SUMPRODUCT(--(MONTH(date_range)=4),...Excel countif and
is there a "and" condition if you use countif or sumif?
2 < countif(b1:b4,"=c")and(a1:a4,"=1")
"KEN" <KEN@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> is there a "and" condition if you use countif or sumif?
> 1 c
> 1 c
> 2 < countif(b1:b4,"=c")and(a1:a4,"=1")
I have a column in Excel, D7:D200, filled of real numbers. Also the cell F3
includes a number (variable cell).
I would like to count how many numbers of the column D7:D200 are >F3, but in
successive ranges of D column.
(That means how many numbers in: D7:D8 > F3, D7:D8 > F3, D7:D9 > F3…………….and
finally D7:D200 > F3).
To do that I have applied in E7 the formula:
Countif(D7:$D$7 ; “>F3”) and expand down to E200.
Unfortunately the above formula returns zero in all applied cells.
If I change the F3 in the formula using a stable number (2,3,4 etc) the
formula works, but...CountIF by Background Color
Need a formula to count the cells in a range with a background color yellow
You can use this short UDF called CountYellow. Note that it only counts true
background color, not format generated by conditional formatting. Detecting
conditional formatting is quite a bit more complicated...
Public Function CountYellow(r As Range) As Double
Application.Volatile = True
CountColor = 0
For Each c In r
If c.Interior.ColorIndex = 6 Then
CountColor = CountColor + 1
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Hi. I'm trying to create a formula that will count how many numbers in a list
of ten that are greater than a changing number in a cell. The cell changes as
it has a formula attached to it. I used as the criteria >b1, but for some
reason this doesn't work. As this number changes it has to be greater than
whatever the cell value is at that time.
> Hi. I'm trying to create a formula that will count how many numbers in a list
> of ten that are greater than a changing number in a cell. T...countif
I am trying to count a range of numbers in a column I
created in excel to see how many times a particlar range
appears. For example, I have a column with 10 rows that
has a unique zip codes in each of the cells.
I want to know how many times each number below 94000
occurs and how many instances in which numbers greater
than 94000 occur.
What formula do I use.
Data in A1 to A10.
=COUNTIF(A1:A10,">94000")&" above 94000 and "&COUNTIF(A1:A10,"<94000")&&quo...IF COUNTIF
I am trying to get this to work
so that if L83 is selected the result in the cell would be P.
Perhaps I am using the wrong function. Ideas anyone? Thank you.
Looks like the wrong function.
When you say selected, what do you mean? It looks like you might just want
"Hmmmmm?" <Hmmmmm@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
I need to count the number of blanks in a range. I'm trying
countif(H1:H20,"<>""") but it's not working. Any ideas?
Or to account for the "dreaded SPACE BAR"
Microsoft MVP Excel
"Radon" <Radon@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>I need to count the number of blanks in a range. I'm trying
> countif(H1:...Need help with CountIF function
Please help. I have a columne A with department codes A, B, C, ... the
department codes are multiple lines, column B with numbers when there are
activity in that department. Can I do a countif function or other function
to summerize how many activity each department?
To count how many times there is activity for dept A:
To sum the numbers in column B associated with dept A:
"Flo" <Flo@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message...COUNTIF Range
Does the COUNTIF range have to be a continuous range (i.e. A1:E1) or
could it be a non-continuous range of cells (i.e. A1,D1,G1,J1,M1)? I
want to count the number of occurances of a cell value being > 75 in
the non-continuous range of A1,D1,G1,J1,M1. The COUNTIF function does
not like the non-continuous range. Is there a better way of doing
this. It is not an option to move the columns of data so they are a
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I'm having a hard time figuring this one out
My challenge is to count if column [I] is "A" or "B" and column [K]
and [O] are "C"
I'm trying to count all the ones in column [J] that meet the specific
I tried an array but it didn't seem to take.
Any hints are greatly appreciated.
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I have 2 columns A & B with the following values:
How can I count the number of cells that A=3 with B="" using excel
How can I combine the 2 criteria?
Thanks A Lot!!
"frank716" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> I have 2 columns A & B with the following values:
> A B
> 1 4
> 2 5
> 3 6
> How can I count the number of cells that A=3 with B="&...COUNTIFS with OR
I have a sheet as below which is around 1000 rows long.
Column A contains upto 100 different site codes. Column B always has 2
letters and there are 40 different combinations of the 2 letters
I am trying the following (which does not work obviously):
COUNTIFS(A:A,1223,B:B,("Red" OR "Blue" OR etc etc))
1 1223 Red
2 1223 Blue
3 1234 Blue
4 1223 Green
5 1235 Orange
I know I could use COUNTIF+COUNTIF+.... multiple times but I would
need 20 added together and want to simplify the formula.
I am now losing the will to live looking for a...Countif?
I'm looking for some help with the following;
What I want to do in another cell is look up a range on column A and if
its "text 1" count the number of "text 2" in column B.
Text 1 Y
Text 1 N
Text 2 Y
Text 2 Y
This would result in
For text 1 with Y = 1
For text 1 with N = 1
For text 2 with Y = 1
For text 2 with N = 0
Any help would be appreciated.
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I have been working on this for ages and can't get it right, and yet i feel
it should be really simple! Can anyone help?
I have an excel workbook which has 2 worksheets. On worksheet 1 (called
2005Stats) is a table:
ColumnA has over 100 records with all different dates of this year, ColumnB
has either "Placed", "Closed" or "Open"
On worksheet 2, called 2005Calcs i want to have...Countifs
New in Excel 2007.
Why is Countifs giving an error when I try to enter it with combined
With kind regards,
These functions can only handle "straight" comparisons. That is, you can't
manipulate a range array to test for a condition.
In the formula above you're trying to manipulate the range array by first
testing for the month.
MONTH(range) = 1
The test has to be a "...COUNTIF question
Hey all, i'm stuck.
I need to do a formula that will count the number of cells in column
'A' only if the corresponding cell in column 'B' has a value of '0'.
=COUNTIF(O:0,"0")+COUNTIF(P:P,">0") - just counts both, and that's as
far as i have got.
Can anyone help me please.
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This is probably a cheats way of doing it but...
I would create a third column with...Countif(and
I want to count cells in Column C when column A criteria are met and Column B
criteria are met.
"John" <John@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>I want to count cells in Column C when column A criteria are met and Column
> criteria are met.
> ex. Countif(AND(A1:A5,M3,B1:B5,M4,COUNT(C1:C5)
It's not entirely clear what you mean ...COUNTIF formula?
Hi, I=92m using Excel 2002 and I have a question about using a formula
to determine if certain words are found within a cell. For example, I
want to determine if several words are found in each cell in column A
and, if so, I want to put the word =93Yes=94 in the corresponding cell in
column B. If the word isn=92t found then I just want that cell in
column B to remain blank. So, in the following example, I want to see
if the following words:
are found in any of the cells in column A. The result would look like
Column A Column B
Apples, Oranges, Pears Yes
...Sorting and COUNTIF
This may be a double post; apologies.
This problem seems to happen only when my RANGE is on a different worksheet
than my CRITERIA.
When I run a COUNTIF, if I sort the table, the criteria returns the count of
whatever is in the position of where the CURRENT criteria USED to be. I don't
want that. I never know how to explain relative and absolute references, so
let me give you an example.
Sheet 2 has an inventory of four items: Hard-boiled eggs, oil filters, Jonas
Brothers posters, and dry-erase markers. For simplicity, let's call it "Sheet