In col A (from A2 and down), I want to run a Countif on a Range of concatenated values in Col B (B2 and down)

I'm having trouble with the Countif part of my code

Sub countifDataRange()
Range("A2").Value = Range("B2")
Dim LastRow As Long
LastRow = Range("B" & Rows.Count).End(xlUp).Row
With Range("A2:A" & LastRow)
.Formula = "=COUNTIF(Range("B2:B" & LastRow), "B" & Rows.Count)"
.Value = .Value
End With
End Sub

I am trying to have excel Look in column A for either a date, or a date range. if the date = the correct date, or falls in the date range then I need excel to look in column C for a specific word. If the date matches, AND it finds the word in column C, I need it to count them. I preferably like a date range, but if I need to do each individual date, that is fine too.

Example:

8/1/2009 Video Account Research 8/1/2009 Video Complete Work Order 8/1/2009 Video Account Research 8/1/2009

Video Account Research 8/1/2009 Video Complete Work Order I need it to recognize 8/1/2009, and once it sees it, then check to see if there are any "account research" in column C, and then count all of them.

One more issue - Column is not just a date - it has a time stamp: 8/1/2009 11:15:36 AM. so I has to be able to just look for the date, not the time.

I'm using the SUM, COUNTA and COUNTIF functions in a macro. The SUM and COUNTA works but the COUNTIF function does not return results.

Sub B_Test() Dim myRange Dim Results Dim Run As Long myRange = Workbooks(1).Worksheets("Master").Range("S6", Range("S6").End(xlDown)) Range("M3") = Application.WorksheetFunction.Sum(myRange) myRange = Workbooks(1).Worksheets("Master").Range("D6", Range("D6").End(xlDown)) Range("D3") = Application.WorksheetFunction.CountA(myRange) End Sub

I have tried countless ways to rewrite the COUNTIF line with no results or compiler errors returned. Originally had problems with the SUM and COUNTIF function and found that column formating was the problem. After clearing all column formats, the SUM function promptly began working but the COUNTIF keeps eluding all my efforts. The column which the COUNTIF is pointed to contains values of 0 to 500. Only values greater than 0 are to be counted.

I need a macro to identify when cells are >= 90% in a range, and count them. Then put the result in cell Z58. Range is I51,L51,O51,W51,Z51. i.e if all cells are 90% then put value of 5 in cell Z58. Here is code i have that isnt working:

Is it possible to use a "countif" function as part of a macro?

Here's the situation. In workbook "A", I want to look at a range of cells ("O19:O248") and count the number of times "apple" appears within that range. If "apple" appears 20 times, I would like the variable v_applecount to = 20 so that I can call that variable in workbook "B"

Note, I essentially want to do something like this in the Macro:

I have a simple database spread sheet and I need to count a column under certain conditions. In one column I have employee names that appear repeatedly, in another I have codes. I want to be able to count how many times the code appears next to the name.

For instance: If b4:b65000 = Sam Douglas then I want to count how many times different codes appear in the adjacent cell.

Sam Douglas:BI Sam Douglas:BI Sam Douglas:SI Sam Douglas:BI

I have following data (two columns Parent and Child), now I want to apply Countif on Child cell. But in Countif I want to provide the criteria...let say only count those childs whoes parent is A.

I'm reasonably new to Excel, and have a fairly basic question to check out:

I have been using the COUNTIF function to count up numbers of items in various categories in a column.

The formulae I have been using are like this: =COUNTIF(F$3:F$201, "Red")

or where I've wanted to combine various comments =SUM(COUNTIF(F$3:F$201,"Yellow")+COUNTIF(F$3:F$201,"Cream"))

I'm not sure what formulae to use to count up 1) the total number of entries in that column, so that I can make sure that I haven't missed some (without having to check manually!)

2) how to count up the values that do not match the other categories that I have specified in the COUNTIFs: this would be a value for finding how many 'other' entries there are in that column, without having to specify those values

I am trying to use COUNTIF with two critera. If this isn't possible is there any other way possible of doing this in a range of cells.

What I am trying to do is show the amount of students in a year group who spend x amount of hours on the internet and have a target grade (for example) of Lvl 4

I have been trying use a formula along the lines of =COUNTIF (Q5yr7, "0- 1Hour", Q12yr7, "4")

this is about a project is a granite to be installed in 104 units, these units are divided in 4 types (column "L") K1, K2, K3, K4

I tried IF, SUMIF, COUNTIF, ETC but I think that I need is some combined function that I'm not able to figure out.

as you can see in the attached file, my units 101, 102, etc is not been installed yet (column H is empty), but the units 209, 210, 211, 214 yes was installed on 5/6 for example.

for example, if i use =COUNTIF(H4:H20,">0"), will return me all the H that is not empty (=3), how many kitchen was installed so far, but, I would like to know how many of these returned units (3), is my different types: K1, K2, K3 and K4....

I am trying to count the status and type of some work so:

Column A would contain the status of the work e.g. open, in progress, closed etc. Column B would contain the department: ict, development, operations, etc.

I want to do a summary that shows: How many are in ICT are open, closed etc.

I can do a countif to get the total open, in progress etc or total number of ICT jobs but not ICT In progress.

What i want to do is count but only if another cell meets a certain criteria,,

Let me explain better,,what i want to do is count the number of 'Completed' cases by each individual, i.e. count if the cell A1 = Completed and B1 = Kevin and the same for 'Pete'

I'm sure i need some sort of nested =IF AND formula but just can't think how the nesting should look.

B CompletedKevin CompletedPete CompletedPete Parked Kevin SubmittedKevin CompletedKevin Started John With AdviserPete With AdviserPete Started John Started John

I have attached a copy of my spreadsheet .My formula is in column BA and I am trying to figure out which students have 5 A* - C. We are only allowed to add 2 vocational subjects to this formula so basically 3 (or More) GCSEs + 2 BTEC/OCR Nationals. Now my formula works pretty well except if the candidate has 4 GCSEs and 0 or 1 BTEC it is still calculating as though the candidate has achieved 5 A* - C.

I have highlighted GCSE Subj in pink and Vocational Subj in Puple.

I've been asked to extend the counting capabilities of my interface to pick up the profession of each person when they answer whatever is selected in the 'Interface' worksheet (cell B2) put them in my interface.

I've been trying various incarnations of SUMPRODUCT along with what DonkeyOte helped me with before, but currently no joy. Hope that makes sense - have a look at previous post for further details. I've attached an example to look at.

I'm trying to count cells in one column that match a variable only if it also matches a variable in another column. For example, I want to count all of the cells in column A that match "Franklin" only if column D shows "True".

I have a formula =IF(AND(F14=3,G14<2)=TRUE,1,"") which is in cell J14. I also want to 'add' to this formula an 'or statement' (I am not sure of the terminology, so taking a shot in the dark). So it would continue to complete the calculation as normal, but if there is a '1' in K14 it would also output in J14 as a 1

I have a worksheet where I am trying to count the number of occurences of several text strings.

For example:

I'm trying to count how many times "paid in full" and "fully paid" occur in column A.

I have two formulas, and both seem to work, but since I don't really understand either of them, I'm wondering which I should use and how I would adapt it to include additional text strings. (Like adding "paid" to the list)

Here are my formuals (I didn't write either of them, another co-worker did)

=(COUNTIF(A:A,"paid in full"))+(COUNTIF(A:A,"fully paid"))

=SUMPRODUCT(--(A1:A50={"paid in full","fully paid"}))

Also, if there is another and easier way to do what I'm trying to do, I'd love to know.

I have a table with 2 columns - Gender & Age. Now, suppose I want to know the number of Males in the table with age greater than 14, how do I do that? Can a Countif formula be used for more than one condition or is there some other formula?

One has dates recorded as dd-mmm-yyyy (e.g., 28-Nov-2009).

On the other, I have to create a lot (over 1000) of countifs against the months/years of these dates. So, for example, if there are several dates on the first workbook that fall in Nov-09, i want to do a countif on the second workbook that tells me how many Nov-09 dates there are.

My boss has asked me to work this one out and is putting me under great pressure to resolve it. I have tried Vlookup and COUNTIF etc but just cannot get to make it work. I have attached an example file but to explain:

I have a database of inspectors faults, in column B, I have the week number, column*C, I have the part number & column C the fault category (this includes OK). The actual database is up to 5000 rows now.

What I need to be able to do is in one cell (column H2) count all the OK's for week 1 and all the Not OK's (column I2) in week 1 and the same for week 2 (column H3) and week 3 (column H4) and so on for the whole year. I have tried a vlookup using cell G2 (containing "1") as the search and the week number column as the range and then counting if OK, but it never worked!

I am trying to create a COUNTIF formula which will work with two conditions. If you see the attached spreadsheet you will find the data that I am trying to apply a formula to. I have my data in the table on the right. The table on the left is supposed to show the number which the number of destinations that had a certain range of visitors.

As you will see that there are 3 destinations that had 12 or more million visitors, this was counted using a basic COUNT IF formula but for the rest of my data how can I apply the formula so that the correct number of destinations are counted. For example what formula would be needed to count the number of destinations that have had 8-11.9 million visitors. I am guessing that the formula will have the conditions ">=8" and "<=11.9"?

This is a Cross-Post because when I tried to post this on the Mr Excel Forum, it did not work properly with the MHT files I used. Mr Excel Forum requires an add-in to Excel called: HTML Maker 2.42, however, I was unable to obtain HTML Maker 2.42 from the owner's website or any alternate websites. Plenty of people viewed my message but no replies. In the attached workbook named: Test 2.xls please view the worksheet named: Summary. On this worksheet the user (user has very little experience in Excel 2003) selects an Operation in cell B2 via a drop-down list and a Task Group in cell B4 via a drop-down list.

After the user has made their selections, I need Excel 2003 to automatically Select worksheet named: Data. I then need it to automatically filter the user selected Operation in column B and the user selected Task Group in column C. Once the filtering is complete, I need Excel to automatically calculate the COUNTIF functions as follows: on columns E and U and populate the results back on to the worksheet named: Summary as follows:

Is ther any way around not being able to do this - I read that if u make the ranges an array it shoul work - Shift, Control, Enter - or something but I can get it to work. I was hoping to use copuntif for this :-

my current formula is =COUNTIF('Input Page'!A2:A50000,"=Monday")

i'd like to change it to check what day is in the field and then only do the above formula if that day is within the past week.

so i need the "=Monday" section to be changed to read "(is equal to monday) and (is between today and today-6)" ...todays date will be taken from 'Input Page'!B2:B50000

I am trying to count values in cells of column A only if there is something (any value) in corresponding cells in columns B, C, D, and E. If there are no values in cells of columns B, C, D, and E do not count the cell in column A.

See attached document, there are 11 cells in which will either contain Yes or No. Looking at the different combinations that there can be there can only ever be 9 out of the 11 cells being used or 10 out of 11 being used.

Also the last question (Row 25) could be filled N/A if this occurs I would like the formula not to count that. Is there a counting formula or IF formula which can be done to help me out?