Date Less Than Greater Than
I have a list of dates B2:B248. All the cells have been formatted to date type dd/mm/yyyy.
I'm just trying to count the number that are earlier than a certain date.
I thought a COUNTIF function would work! I've tried DATE, DATEVALUE etc.
I can work with the dates ie B2 (which would have 23/08/2007)-1 comes out as 22/08/2007. However when I try if(B2<B3,"lower","higher") it gives me a false reading - even when B2 is earlier than B3.
How can I check if my list of dates is earlier than a specified date?
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