I need to count how often a formula is true over 2 columns and have that total in a 3rd column. Here's my problem:

A B
3 2
4 5
2 1
1 6
4 5

Every time A is greater than its corresponding B, i need to count 1 and have the total show up in a certain cell on my spreadsheet. I can't seem to get the A>B portion into my formula and have it hold true down the entire column and count it all up in 1 cell.

I was given this spreadsheet to count attendance by entering the entry date and exit day, however it's counting the first day and the last. I'm needing it to only count the first day and not the exit day.Book2.xls

How do I get cell C4 to give me a total of the times a score in column C is > than opposing score next to it in coumn D? Also, a total in cell D4 to show the number of times this team's score was less than the opposing score in column C. This would be for a running Win/Loss record.

What this does is the date in referenece 'Credit Details'!$C$12 Is equal or greater then Reference B8 then complete the main formula

(SUM($D$8:D8)>=$I$2,"TRUE","FALSE")

But the problem being the formula always counts from D8 but I need it to start counting from what the date is B is => then 'Credit Details'!$C$12

Is there anything you can think of?

Example, if I want the formula to count all the numbers in row D after the date is above 01/11/06 and the date is in row B. Before I counted $D$8:D8 so every time the formula repeating it always started from D8

But the date might not go above 01/11/06 til cell D20 but changes each time

I am trying to figure out a formula that will simply just count up the rows remaining in my spreadsheet after a filter. For example, I have a spreadsheet with 1,000 rows in it, and I filter out one section, the numbering does not adjust and I now don't know how many rows are showing.

I am trying to creat a summary sheet to an attendance log that goes back several years. Idealy, I want to be able to set a date range in the formula that will show me a count of how many absenses, lates, or leave earlies. The table I am taking the data from has columns from left to right (Date, Absense, # of Absenses, Late, Duration of, Left Early, Duration of, and MP) For example in column A I want to see the date Range of 10/1/2013 to 4/1/2014 and I want a count/sum of each of the categories.

i have a spreadsheet that acquires data from 42 other worksheet and in a row of cells it has yes or no at the bottom of that row i have =COUNTIF(A2:A34,"YES"). But it will not count the yes' because the cells that it is trying to count all have formulas in them like =tues!A34 or similar is there a different formula i can use to still count the yes' even in a cell containing a formula?

Is there any formula that will count the space of a cell. For Example. If I type Mr. Ashish Patel in a cell the formula should give me count as 2 as there are 2 spaces in this name One after Mr. and another after Ashish.

I have a spreadsheet which matches Reference numbers in Column A against Column B and vice versa; and assigns unique or duplicate values. I would like to be able to count the number of duplicates and uniques giving a total of how many appear in the spreadsheet. I've attached the spreadsheet to give you an idea of what its like.

Im trying to work out a formula that will look down Column A for the number 1 and then will count the number of times the number 2 appears on the same row as number 1 in Column B. The answer I should be getting is 3.

Imagine you roll a 4-sided dice! The four sides of the dice are 1,2,3 and 0.

Sequence needs to be 5 in a row of either 1 and 2, 1 and 3 or 2 and 3. The 0 is to be recorded, but 'skipped over' in the sequence.

When a sequence of 5 occurs, there needs to be a count to record how many more times the missing number takes until it arrives. For example, if the sequence of 5 is 1 and 2, and the count will be to see how long it takes the number 3 to arrive.

I have a column with dates in it. Example "04/04/2007" don't know if format will matter that is why I am showning an example.

I need a formula that looks at that column and tells me how many days were entered for a month. I thought a pivot table would work well but the same date could be entered many times and that would skew the number of days counted. The final result is a table that had each month with the number of days entered. Keep in mind that I only want each day counted once even though it may have been entered 5 times.

I would like to rank the values without the Zero's. Something like the example below. Where the digits are being ranked and the negatives without ranking the 0's....

In cells v43:v52 I have data which will change often the data is always either a 1,-1 or a 0, I need a way to count from the bottom up and ignore anything that is not part of the chain. It can also contain 0 in rows that are not populated yet but the 0s will always be on the bottom and never in the middle or top.

I.E. in 3 weeks it could be

1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

I would want the formula to spit out 3 because it was 1 3 times in a row..

Now say in week 5 it is 1 1 1..............................

know if there is a formula for counting back a year from a date?

Basically what I have is we operate a rolling absence/ sick year and so what happens is on a staff members return from absence/ sick we look back exactly one calendar year from the last day of absence and count the number of days off absent in that period for comparison against their paid allowance.

I have posted a mock up sheet and what I am looking for is a formula for column C. The highlighted cells are the period it would be if today was the last day of absence.

I have the following macro (as part of a much bigger set of code that adds some formulas to to cells to return the total number of unique values. The problem is, this part of the macro takes over 10 minutes to run. Is there a quicker way of doing this or am I going to have to just wait it out each time.

The columns B and/or H is a formula. Column W is an string value.

FYI the last row it is counting to is between 4000 and 30000 lines in each of the formulas

Code: Dim IRMatRow As Integer Dim IRMisRow As Integer Dim UKMatRow As Integer Dim UKMisRow As Integer IRMatRow = Worksheets("Matching Stats").Cells(Rows.Count, "H").End(xlUp).Row

Need to writing a formula that will calculate the number of times a contract is used each month. Problem is that RMA numbers sometimes repeat. So I need to count the contract number for every unique RMA in a month......

I have a column that contains numbers relating to processing days. I need formulas that I can put into a results table that will show me processing timescales. I need to count up the number of 0s, 1s, 2s, 3s....9s and any numbers that are 10 and above. The column also contains #Value! errors and any formulas I have tried won't work with the error code and are also counting blank cells as 0 whereas I only want to count the cells in which 0 was typed in.

I am looking to effectively complete a sumif formula but not summing, counting. I thought a countif would be a simple solution but the countif is different i.e.

Column AC, I want to count the number of cells that are lemon for each row. Column AD, I want to count the number of cells that are light blue for each row.

I have got mentioned below result after running a macro and I want mentioned below formula to be put after counting rows, because each time as per my query when I run macro result is different in rows as you can see in below table the formula I put in column F in rows 19, 20, 21, and 22.

i know its out there, i just cant find it. I have a list of names in a specific pattern of cells on a spreadsheet. I would like excel to give me a number of how many names i have in this spreadsheet. I know COUNT does numbers, but is there a formula that counts names?

BP Formula.xlsxI'm not sure what formula to use or if Excel can do this. I want to use it to determine number of blood pressures in a certain range. So if I use column A for SBP (systolic BP) and column B for DBP (diastolic BP). I want a formula to tell me if column A is between 140-159 or column B is between 90-99. I can get that part, but what I'm having trouble with is it counting each row twice if both column A and B meet the criteria, whereas I want every row (person) to only be counted once if either column A OR column B meet the criteria. (See attachment)

1. I use this formula to count a number of items in a column per month: =SUMPRODUCT(--(MONTH(B6:B500)=8))

I also have another column C where I put some descriptors against the values in column B. I need a formula to calculate a number of items in Column B, except for those items, which are equal to XYZ in column C.

2. I also calculate a number of items, which were completed in a given month. Completion is marked with "Y" in a separate column (D). I use this formula: =SUMPRODUCT((YEAR(B6:B999)=2013)*(MONTH(B6:B999)=12)*(K6:K999<>"Y")). I can't make it count a number of completed items in January. C