in a2:a277 i have numbers 1-10, randomly. in m2:m277 i have numbers 0-4, also randomly. i want to count how many of the 1s in column a have a corresponding 0, how many have a 1, how many have a 2, etc. if you just give me one formula i can manipulate it for all 40 outputs i need,

I have two idential spreadsheets with several rows of items each with different packaging quantities, price break quantities and corrisponding prices next to each break quantity. I'm trying to build a discounting sheet on an idential page by using formulas that read off the price sell in the same relative position on sheet 2. Below is one row of sheet1 and the idential row of sheet2 - underneath the cells are the rules I would like incorporate:

I am looking for a macro that will combine qty's of item codes when first 6 out of 9 numbers in the item number match. Please see example of data below. In this case, the macro looking at the first 6 numbers in used and new. I should get a total of 26 - new and 45 -used.

A B C D E Item Name yard Item Numb Inv New Inv Used Frami panel 3x6 416-100 588801000 6 27 Frami panel 3x6 416-150 588801000 10 Frami Xlife 3x6 416-100 588801500 20 8

Sheet 2: ............Column A......Column B Row 2........"F"............[count all "acpt" in Sheet 1!F:F if Sheet 2!A2=Sheet1!A:A] Row 3........"G"............[count all "acpt" in Sheet 1!F:F if Sheet 2!A3=Sheet1!A:A]

In sheet 2, B2 should = 3 and B3 should equal 2. I can do it manually by simply adjusting the range in a countif(Sheet1!F2:F5,"acpt"), but I want it to be automated because the number of F's and G's in Sheet 1 is dynamic.

My worksheet contains a database of systems that have been installed since 6/08. Each system has its own unique serial number, however, this serial number appears more than once.

I'm trying to count the number of systems that have been installed since 9/08/08 but I do not need Excel to count each s/n entry, I only want it to return a count per s/n once to get a total of all installations since this date.

I have a named range “Value” and wish to count all the values over the value set in cell E3. The result to be entered in cell F4.

I have a second named range “Won”, adjacent to “Value”, and wish to count these values if the adjacent cell in the “Value” range has been counted. The result to be entered in cell G4.

I am looking to get a formula that count the number of rows that match some criteria. The sample table is listed below. I would to have a formula calculate the # of rows in which values in column B (>=3 and <=3.9) along with values in

Column C = 0

IDRATINGAMOUNT(formula match) 003044.0 (5.0) 002992.5 0 x 000692.5 2.0 013804.0 0 x 017293.0 0 x 017832.5 0 x 019342.0 (1.0) 019013.8 (1.0)x 014823.0 (1.0)x 020762.5 (1.0)

I am working on a spreadsheet that contains multiple text conditions that I need to keep count of. I would like to try the countif but I don't know if this will work. Here's a summary of my spreadsheet

Column F in my spreadsheet contains 7 different regions (all text). Column D contains an open or closed option that is not validated.

In my totals section of the spread sheet I need to count each region that meets the "closed" criteria.

I need to count all the cells in columns H, I, and J that contain a number either less than -.5 or greater than .5.

Separately, I also need to count all the cells in columns H, I, and J that contain a number either less than -.5 or greater than .5 if the corresponding cell in column G is not empty.

I have a large list of items and I want to be able to count and sum up the cells based on multiple conditions. Lets just say for example I have a list like this, also the list updates and adds more rows for more information, so its not confined.

xxx Open xxx Complete yyy Complete yyy Open xxx Complete xxx Open

I want to be able to count how many xxx are Open. I assume it involves either CountA, CountIF, If, And but I keep getting errors when It searches for text. I can use CountA and have it search for text of a single columb just fine, but I cant do contitions based on multiple columbs with just a cell formula.

I need counting unique values with a number of given conditions. I need this to be a formula so that I can just add data to my spread sheet and it will automatically calculate.

The formula I have is: SUM(IF(FREQUENCY(IF(A:A=Z1,IF(B:B=Z2,IF(C:C>Z3,IF(D:D<=Z4,G:G)))),G:G),1))

The goal is to count all of the unique value in column G:G that meet certain criteria (have ending times greater than Z3 and beginning times less than Z4, etc.). Once I get the formula to work, I'll simply drag it down to have it calculate for similar lightly changing criteria (like different beginning and ending intervals). However, the formula doesn't seem to be working. It's only giving me zero values (I have "ctrl-shift-entered").

I need to count unique values with a number of given conditions. I need this to be a formula so that I can just add data to my spread sheet and it will automatically calculate.

The formula I have is: SUM(IF(FREQUENCY(IF(A:A=Z1,IF(B:B=Z2,IF(C:C>Z3,IF(D:D

I've been desperately trying to figure out a formula that allows me to count the number of rows in a column that have different values, but that only counts those rows in which other conditions have been met. Probably sounds a little confusing, which is why I'll illustrate it with a screenshot:

The file contains a listing of major executives of a variety of different firms in different years from 1992 onwards. In the screenshot for example, you see the executives of AAR Corp from 1992 to 1997. Since my file however consists of 240,000 rows, there's a number of c. 2400 firms with their executives over a time period of 20 years each. Since not necessarily all executives remain with their companies for the rest of their lives, some executives show up for a number of different firms in my sample.

I want to determine at how many firms each executive worked within his current industry up to the respective year, based on the information of the 2400 companies and executive data over 20 years. The current industry is classified by 1 digit SIC codes (column U) and each firm has an individual firm identifier which is the CUSIP in column S.

For example, when applying this to the first row in the screenshot (Ira Eichner), I would need a formula that counts the number of different CUSIPs (thus firms), given that the EXECID (executive ID, identifier for each executive; column I) equals 9248, the 1 digit SIC code (column U) equals 5, and the Year (column J) is below 1992.

I have a spreadsheet which has data in rows. I need to sum the first 5 values from the left of the range which are greater than zero. BUT if there are less than 5 non zero values present I want to sum from the right of the range.

First condition: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 The function would return: 1+2+3+4+5 = 15

Second condition: 0 0 0 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Function would return: 4 + 5 + 6 + 7 + 8 = 30

Third condition: 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 9 10 The function would return: 10 + 9 + 8 = 27

I have had success with: =B4+SUM(SMALL(IF(I4:O4<>0,I4:O4),ROW(1:5))) (using ctrl shift enter) BUT it crashes when faced with the third condition.

I would also like to avoid ctrl-shift-enter functions if I can as I don't have much success copying them around the spreadsheet.

I need a formula (a VBA script won't work, as it also has to work in a google docs version) that concatenates numbers taken from a specific range in a single row with ", " in between, but only if 2 conditions in the particular column those numbers are in are matched.

Let's say, my numbers are in Row 1, from B1 to N1.

My conditional values are in Rows 5 and 6 respectively, also from B to N.

Values in Row 5 are text strings (Names of people), Values in Row 6 are Dates.

I want the numbers from Row 1 to be concatenated, but only if a particular Name and a date from a specific month are in the same column.

Row 1: 1 2 3 Row 5: Name Name Name Row 6: Date in Feb, Date in March, Date in March

Upon selection of a month and name in a dropdown cell menu, i want the output to look like this:

I wish to write an "IF" formular to express a row of numbers in the way I wish to display them in accumulative fashion. 1 upto and including 9 = 1% ...

I am trying to find a way of counting decimal numbers if, say, they begin with 3.

For example, I might have 3.33, 4.1, 3.0, 5.65, 3.8, 3.7, 3.33, etc.

I want to count anything that begins with 3 (3.33, 3.0, etc). Using the data above the answer would be 5 ...5 numbers that begin with a 3.

If this possible?

There doesn't appear to be the facility with Countif. I don't want to truncate the data (the spreadsheet already is quite extensive). I have tried using =SUMPRODUCT((Y$2:Y$170 >=3)*(Y$2:Y$170<=3.9)) but this will return an answer only when there is a complete set of data within cells within the range.

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.

Using an array calc with criterions Day = 1 and Hour = 1 summed on Elapsed Time returns 81 with an average of 11.57 for 7 events of which there are 5 distinct dates.

The function =SUM(IF(D2:D14<>"",1/COUNTIF(D2:D14,D2:D14))) returns the number of distinct dates in the dataset ie 7.

Is it possible to combine these two methods to create an average of elapsed time by day and hour using a denominator of distinct dates for only that combination of dimensions?

I have attempted to calculate an item in a pivot table using a different denominator without success.

I am trying to generate a number based on the Month, Year and then three digits. For Example: 1107-001. I would need it to refer to another sheet for the previous used last three digits. Each month it would start over at 001. On the Reference sheet it would always be in the first column.

Any way to make a formula that would "COUNT" the number of positive values from 0 to 999 (no negatives and nothing higher than 999). Another way of saying it would be values greater than or equal to 0 but not more than 999?

For example. If you had the following numbers in a list, I would like a formula that would only count the 3 numbers that are less than 1000 but equal to or greater than 0.