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Excel Formula Help

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by irishgal, Aug 13, 2007.

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  1. irishgal

    irishgal Thread Starter

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    I am trying to create a formula in excel with great difficulty.
    The files has 3 tabs. I am trying to take from the first tab called tracking. Here is what I need:

    count if d3:d999="Ace" and e3:e999="Damage"

    Now, it won't seem to do both functions. I only need the count if both are true within that range, so if D5="Ace" and E5 ="Damage" then count 1, but if both aren't true for the range, then not to count.

    Any help?
     
  2. maxflia10

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    Try,

    =SUMPRODUCT(--(D3 : D999="Ace"),--(E3:E999="Damage"))
     
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    irishgal Thread Starter

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    You are a lifesaver!! Thanks so much. I will be recommending this service to anyone I know!!!!! Thanks again!
     
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