Hi: I have tried many variations of different nested formulas and have had no luck solving this one. Here are the two scenarios that I am trying to accomplish: Scenario 1: Count 1 if the following criteria are met on a single line of data: Col F contains text (is not blank) Col G, H, and I do NOT contain "Dropped" Scenario 2: Count 1 if the following criteria are met on a single line of data: Col F contains text (is not blank) Col G, H, I all contain the word "Approved" or "N/A" - the tricky part is that there are several different variations of Approved so I tried using the wildcard "*Approved*" but it doesn't seem to work in this particular formula. The two scenarios are separate from eachother. Any help is appreciated! Thanks.

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2/4/2010 3:36:15 PM

Scenario 1: =SUMPRODUCT(--ISTEXT(F2:F10),--ISERROR(SEARCH("dropped",G2:G10)),--ISERROR(SEARCH("dropped",H2:H10)),--ISERROR(SEARCH("dropped",I2:I10))) Scenario 2: =SUMPRODUCT(--ISTEXT(F2:F10), (ISNUMBER(SEARCH("approved",G2:G10))+ISNUMBER(SEARCH("n/a",G2:G10))), (ISNUMBER(SEARCH("approved",H2:H10))+ISNUMBER(SEARCH("n/a",H2:H10))), (ISNUMBER(SEARCH("approved",I2:I10))+ISNUMBER(SEARCH("n/a",I2:I10)))) Note that the SEARCH function is non-case sensitive. If you want to switch it to case sensitive, use the FIND function. If column F may contain values and not just text, change that arguement to: --NOT(ISBLANK(F2:F10)) Finally, unless using XL2007, you can't callout entire columns using SUMPRODUCT. -- Best Regards, Luke M *Remember to click "yes" if this post helped you!* "Roady" wrote: > Hi: > > I have tried many variations of different nested formulas and have had no > luck solving this one. > > Here are the two scenarios that I am trying to accomplish: > Scenario 1: > Count 1 if the following criteria are met on a single line of data: > Col F contains text (is not blank) > Col G, H, and I do NOT contain "Dropped" > > Scenario 2: > Count 1 if the following criteria are met on a single line of data: > Col F contains text (is not blank) > Col G, H, I all contain the word "Approved" or "N/A" - the tricky part is > that there are several different variations of Approved so I tried using the > wildcard "*Approved*" but it doesn't seem to work in this particular formula. > > The two scenarios are separate from eachother. Any help is appreciated! > Thanks.

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2/4/2010 4:23:01 PM

One follow-up question regarding your last comment, "Finally, unless using XL2007, you can't callout entire columns using SUMPRODUCT" - So, the grid that I am creating could potentially be used by both 2003 and 2007 users. Instead of going until row 65536, can I just go to 65535 and then the formula will work properly? What can I do to make sure it will work for both versions? Thanks! "Luke M" wrote: > Scenario 1: > =SUMPRODUCT(--ISTEXT(F2:F10),--ISERROR(SEARCH("dropped",G2:G10)),--ISERROR(SEARCH("dropped",H2:H10)),--ISERROR(SEARCH("dropped",I2:I10))) > > Scenario 2: > =SUMPRODUCT(--ISTEXT(F2:F10), > (ISNUMBER(SEARCH("approved",G2:G10))+ISNUMBER(SEARCH("n/a",G2:G10))), > (ISNUMBER(SEARCH("approved",H2:H10))+ISNUMBER(SEARCH("n/a",H2:H10))), > (ISNUMBER(SEARCH("approved",I2:I10))+ISNUMBER(SEARCH("n/a",I2:I10)))) > > Note that the SEARCH function is non-case sensitive. If you want to switch > it to case sensitive, use the FIND function. If column F may contain values > and not just text, change that arguement to: > --NOT(ISBLANK(F2:F10)) > > Finally, unless using XL2007, you can't callout entire columns using > SUMPRODUCT. > -- > Best Regards, > > Luke M > *Remember to click "yes" if this post helped you!* > > > "Roady" wrote: > > > Hi: > > > > I have tried many variations of different nested formulas and have had no > > luck solving this one. > > > > Here are the two scenarios that I am trying to accomplish: > > Scenario 1: > > Count 1 if the following criteria are met on a single line of data: > > Col F contains text (is not blank) > > Col G, H, and I do NOT contain "Dropped" > > > > Scenario 2: > > Count 1 if the following criteria are met on a single line of data: > > Col F contains text (is not blank) > > Col G, H, I all contain the word "Approved" or "N/A" - the tricky part is > > that there are several different variations of Approved so I tried using the > > wildcard "*Approved*" but it doesn't seem to work in this particular formula. > > > > The two scenarios are separate from eachother. Any help is appreciated! > > Thanks.

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2/9/2010 10:06:01 PM

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