# How To Sort List To COUNTIF Criteria

Apr 16, 2013I have a list of 562 records. In order to generate a targeted mailing list, I would like to display) only those records meeting the criteria:

=SUMPRODUCT(--(M2:M562>0),--(U2:U562>0)) .

I have a list of 562 records. In order to generate a targeted mailing list, I would like to display) only those records meeting the criteria:

=SUMPRODUCT(--(M2:M562>0),--(U2:U562>0)) .

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I have an Overview sheet within my workbook that contains info from all other sheets.

What I want to do is when you click on the Sort button in the General sheet it will activate the Overview Sheet and

- first off sort all sheets starting with AJ together, then all sheets starting with CJ together and then all sheets starting with PJ

- then the next thing i want it to do is sort all Ajs by their start dates, sort all CJs by their start dates and the same for all PJs.

Now up until now I was keeping all sheets that began with AJs together in the workbook and so on so I was able to use the following sort function

Sub Overview_sorting() ...

I have two very large data sets and I need to see if any of the values on one sheet (B2:B380975) appear on another workbook (B2:B216607).

I know that I can do this with COUNTIF, but it's going to take ages to calculate.

Current COUNTIF formula is:

=COUNTIF('[ORIGINAL.xlsx]data'!$B$2:$B$216607,B2)

I use Excel 2003 and I have the following problem:

I have 3 columns,

A containing a list of employees (MICHAEL, BOB, MIKE, etc.)

B containing their work starting hour (8.00, 8.30, 9.00, etc.)

C containing the possible employee absence reason (ILLNESS, HOLIDAY, INJURY, etc.)

I would like to write a formula that counts the number of employees who have a work starting hour within 7.00 and are not absent. A possible table is this one:

NAME START ABSENCE

MICHAEL 6.30

BOB 8.30

MIKE 9.00 HOLIDAY

BRIAN 7.00

TOM 6.30 ILLNESS

The formula I'm looking for should calculate "2" (because MICHAEL and BRIAN are the only 2 employees starting work hour within 7.00 and not absent). As I have thought it could be useful, in another worksheet I have inserted: in A column the list of all the starting work hours: 0.00 (A2), 0.30 (A3), 1.00 (A4), 1.30 (A5), ... 7.00 (A16), 7.30 (A17), ... 23.30 (A49).

in B column the list of all the absence reasons: ILLNESS (B2), HOLIDAY (B3), INJURY (B4). I have defined 2 names, the first called EARLY_MORNING (that I have associated to the range from 0.00 to 7.00 of work starting hours column, that is A2:A16), the second called ABSENCE_REASON (that I have associated to the range (B2:B4) of absence reasons' column). What kind of formula can I write to obtain what I want (using the 2 names EARLY_MORNING and ABSENCE_REASONS defined in the other worksheet)?

I have a spreadsheet with a list of months numbers and average turnarounds. Each row represents a different factor, so there are multiple rows for each month.

eg

Month Turnaround Time

10 5.2

10 6.7

11 1.1

9 8.3

11 5.4

10 6.1

etc

What I am after is something that will count the number of instances where the turnaround time is above a certain limit (eg 6.0) for each month.

What vba function can I use that checks criteria much like SUMIF or COUNTIF uses? In other words, say you want to write COUNTIF that only includes visible cells...

Public Function CountVIf(rng As range, criteria As String)

Dim cell As range, cmd As String

For Each cell In rng

If cell.RowHeight <> 0 And cell.ColumnWidth <> 0 Then

cmd = "COUNTIF(" & cell.Address & ",""" & criteria & """)"

CountVIf = CountVIf + Evaluate(cmd)

End If

Next cell

End Function

How can I do this without having to rely on Evaluate("COUNTIF...."?

What I need to do is count the number of “Cs” in a column based on a date in another column but in the same row. I have tried something similar to this: COUNTIF($C$1:$C$20,"=today()")+COUNTIF($E$1:$E$20,"=complete") but is does not work. If the date in the column is less than or equal to a date specified in a cell in another worksheet, I want it to count the C in the row (if there is one).

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Ex) Apple, Greg, Rob, Sand, 123, 126, 1000, 2001

In Row 3, starting at cell C3, I have a list of Stores in the format Store A (Town 1), Store A (Town 2), Store B (Town 1) etc

In Rows C4 to CA7 I have 1 or -1

I want to count the number of instances of 1 for Store A

I have tried the following formula, which is returning 0

{=SUM((C3:CA3="Store A *")*(C4:CA7=1))}

i want to use Countif() when 3 ceritera are true

ceritera

--------

1) Branch Name

2) Status

3) Login Date

can this be done by any mean

what I'm trying to do is to make a logbook for a machining center. Each part has an op10 and an op20, essentially front and back. And each part number falls into the category of OS or FS. I've used AND logic to make tables in hidden columns to be used by a countif statement to determine my totals. I.e. to determine if a scroll is completed, op20 has a a value of 1 AND column C is "OS".

I use

=IF(AND(A9=1;C9="OS");1;" ")

Then I countif criteria is 1 in the column i created with that statement.

That works just fine. Now what I want to do is to be able to create daily totals of OS and FS by simply modifying a variable date in a formula. So I'd like to essentially say: Countif Column C =OS and Corresponding column D = 1, and corresponding Shift date = 10.02.12(date to be variable). I'm at a wall here. Is there any way to do this somewhat simply?

is there any way to put 2 criteria into a countif() statment?

Say A1 to A100 are filled with information

I'd like to count if things are equal to 4 and 5

I know this isn't proper syntax:

=countif(A1:A100, "4" && "5")

I'm trying to get something like that to work.

I'm trying to count multiple criteria from a second page in a work book, all the formulas i've looked up and tried do not seem to work... here's the formulas i've tried. DKOBULAR is the name of the 2nd page. D is the column used for the different resolves.

=COUNTIF(DKOBULAR!D:D="resolveA")+COUNTIF(DKOBULAR!D:D="resolveB")+COUNTIF(DKOBULAR!D:D="resolveC")+ COUNTIF(DKOBULAR!D:D="resolveD")

=COUNT(IF(DKOBULAR!D:D="resolveA",IF(DKOBULAR!D:D="resolveB",IF(DKOBULAR!D:D="resolveC",IF(DKOBULAR! D:D="resolveD")))))

I have data in two columns. Column B has calculated string values of "BMAJOR" and "BMINOR" and column C has date values.

I am trying to get a count of how many occurences of "BMAJOR" or "BMINOR" occur for every week starting today. I have column AJ which returns today() and column AK which returns today()+7. I can individually count number of occurences of dates that fall within these dates with the following formula. This for row 2.

=COUNTIF('Decision Tree'!$C$4:$C$215,"

I am using a work sheet where I want to count if Column A has one criteria and column B has another

example

column B states is used to track contracts it can be vendor

column L tracks status it can be open, received, or closed

I want to count the cell if the vendor name matches and the status is open

also if that is possible is the same possible with 3 ranges and criterias?

how do i change the below COUNTIF formula so that the criteria is >0 but

View 9 Replies View RelatedIn Excel 2003, I need a countif to check for 2 criteria: (1) the left function looking for the value "Territory" in column A and (2) value > 0 in column G. I only want to count the rows where both the criteria are met. I have tried different combinations of countif including "and" in the formula, but I cannot get it to work. What is the proper syntax?

View 9 Replies View RelatedI am trying to extract some data from a large spreadsheet and having problems...

Column C contains text descriptions, e.g 'Description One', 'Description Two', 'Description Three'

Column O contains a date.

I need to count the number of items that have a date prior to 1st April 2007 and have certain text contained in the full text string value in column C e.g. 'One'

I have an Excel file with 42000 records that are identified by a Reference in Column E. There should be two records per reference in the file. I need to identify all records that only appear once, as well as all records that have more than 2 entries.

View 5 Replies View RelatedI got a CountIF problem.

I need to find the formula to work out the number of items that have no Delivery Key assigned.

I tried, =COUNTIF(Data!O1:O4000,"0") but does not work as it just comes up blank. I also tried =COUNTIF(Data!O1:O4000," ") but the same result.

I.e =COUNTIF(O1:O28," ") on the sample spreedsheet.

I attached a sample copy of the Spreedsheet. I tried to give it a shot but to no avail.

I need to create a formula which counts the number of times a username appears in column X based on a given value in Column Y. This data will not be static - will need to be refreshed regularly. Countif does not support multiple criteria - what is the best way to create this formula?

View 2 Replies View RelatedI need a formula to count cells E7:E500 that say "Submitted" but only if cells R7:R500 say "PPB".

My original formula below is counting all cells except for the ones that say "PPB"

=COUNT(IF(E7:E500="Submitted",IF(R7:R50="PPB",'E7:E500)))

I have a start date column and column for status. Status is either "in-progress" or "complete". I want to count the number of "complete" items that fall within a specific date range. I have tried countif but I can only seem to get a count of all items that fall between the date range. I do not want a pivot table for this.

View 3 Replies View RelatedI haven't been this deep into excel before. The deeper I look, the more potential I recognize, the more amazed I get. That being said, I have come to a tough count issue. Let me attempt to explain as precisely as possible.

My current worksheet is large but I am only particularly concerned with two columns of information (Regions) and (Days). The logic I am attempting is something along the lines of Count If Region = East, or West, and Days is greater than 0, less than 60.

I am open to any and all suggestions on how to tackle this situation. I have been able to achieve similar counts by using pivot tables but the dynamic nature of these two columns presents some difficulties that my “new user” mind has been unable to work through.

I have a bunch of cells that i want to count in a table based on 2 criteria. The first would be checking whether or not it matches a certain text which i can do. Now i have a column for "Completed Date" and "Deadline Date". Each deadline date is different. I know i need some sort of array function in there to compare all the completed dates vs deadline dates but i just can't think of it. This will be the second criteria.

View 3 Replies View Related I'm trying to enter text (a staff members initials) into an Input Box so that the initials are then used as the citeria in a CountIF formula entered by VBA

A simplified version of the code I am using is:

Dim staffname As String

staffname = InputBox(Prompt:="You name please.", _

Title:="ENTER INITIALS", Default:="MC")

Range("H9").FormulaR1C1 = "=COUNTIF(RC[-3]:RC[-1],"" & staffname & "")"

The issue is getting the staffname string to be entered within the formula.

What is the correct combination of "" & to enable this to work?

=COUNTIF(A$2:T$1001,V2 & W2 & X2 & Y2)

I want to copy and paste this formula down column Z.

I want to count or add 1, only when a row of 20 cells (A to T) contains all 4 criteria in V W X Y.

I have a drop down list called Status including Testable and Not Testable

A1 = Testable

A2 = Testable

A3 = Not Testable

A4 = =COUNTIF(A1:A3,"Testable")

Gives me 0... i don't get it. Should show 2 no?

I worked out the formula below to count if frequency. However, now I need to work it out for 2 criterias.

Count if I:I = A2 and if R:R = Closed

What I have so far is this:

{=COUNT(IF(FREQUENCY(IF(ticketInformation!I:I=A2,ticketInformation!B:B),ticketInformation!B:B),1))}

How to total 2 different criteria from the same row?

Here is one option I was trying but does not work COUNTIF((E5:AT5,"D12")+(E5:AT5,"LD12"))/18

Basically I want Excel to count up the number of times the value "D12" and "LD12" occur in the range E5:AT5 and then divide that total by 18.

I have it working to count only the "D12" but am unsure how to have it count 2 different criteria. I am using version 2010.

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