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Solved: Excel - Trying to count 2 columns (almost as one) to get data for a 3rd.

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by Tamizpa, Aug 7, 2008.

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  1. Tamizpa

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    On the attached spreadsheet, I need a total count of baselined desktops (minus the ones that have been deleted)...my problem is how do I get it to look at one record, mark that that agent had been a baselined one, but is now deleted, so don't count it. I can't just remove the deleted ones, cause I want my customer to know which agents have disappeared. Take a look at the formula in B2 for a general idea. That formula doesn't work cause it just adds everything together. I need it to be smart enough to Total the Baselined Agents and then Subtract the agents that are baselined and deleted per field. Any questions let me know. Look at B2 to get an idea and see if I'm on the right track.
     

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  4. Aj_old

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    look at the attached file, is this good enough?
     

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    Thanks! That works too and I don 't need to add another column. Thanks for both your suggestions.
     
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    You are welcome
     
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