We have one excel file for monitoring of action items generated by the management after the study. As since there were around 3000+ rows has been generated since in the beginning of 1990's till to-date. So I was thinking of instead of getting the result through filter manually, I want to create a formula that will count of how many has been closed this year and this month out of the total numbers of action items.

Is it possible to use the COUNTIF function formula to count the number of items in column A, and date of column B, and closed in column C.

In below, we can see that there were 4 items under Revalidation has been closed this month and the total number of closed this year is 6.

I have a worksheet. I would like to count unique number of "Trans" in column A only if value of cells in column B "Type" equals "Return". In example below, I would want to see the value "3" as total.

Trans Type 1 Return 2 Return 2 Return 3 Exch 4 Exch 5 Return 5 Return

going down are stores a, b, c, d.... what i'm filing in across is the square feet of each store and what quartr or year each store came into place. so there will either be a 0 or a number Now, I want to be able to count the number of nhew stores each quarter. how do i create a formula that just recognizes it the first time there is a number and not a zero... because i will put the square feet in subsequent quarters after it opens so i can see yearly how many square feet the store had. then also, how can create a button on the page that will say quarterly numbers and a button that is annual. so that i can hide the quarterly columns and just see an annual spreadsheet... and for the quarterly button so i can hide the annuals and just see the quarters....

I have a 2500+ line document with different years indicated in column D. How would I use the count (??) function to count the number of occurances for 1998, 1999, 2000, etc?

This might be really simple but i don't get it. I have a column with country names (strings). There would be 5 instances of "USA", 10 of "UK", etc, etc.

I made a column next to it, where i want to count the number occurances ....

I have a range of cells that may contain several different abbreviations (text groups). I have used the COUNTIF function with * place in front of text to count cells that contain the listed text eg =(COUNTIF(G6:G39,"*HWD")) which has worked well and returns an accurate count of the cells that contain HWD. I have tried to do the same thing for a COUNT function that contains an IF function and no count is returned. When I remove the * from the formula a count is returned for cells that contain only the HWD text and not cells that contain HWD and other text. {=COUNT(IF(P9:P69="MCAW",IF(G9:G69="HWD",J9:J69)))}.

I am trying to create a formula that will count days since an incident. Column A will have each day of the year in it Column 2, I would like to have 0 in it for each day In the event of an incident, I will replace the 0 with a 1 - but this should only happen on the date, rather than be maintained daily, if you take my point. I would like it to return a value based on todays date, counting the days in between today, and the last 1 entered. It is to cover the whole year.

Having trouble getting a formula to work that will lookup a site number and count the number of times the site has a particular type of visit. For instance:

Site # Visit 1001 Active 1001 Active 1001 Discont. 1001 Screen Fail 1001 Active 1002 Discont. 1002 Active 1002 Screen Fail 1002 Active

I want a formula that will return the number of active instances for each site, like:

In a datafile I have one column containing a trip 'origin' and a second column contains 'destinations'. I want to count how many times each trip occurs (so the same origin/destination pair). This is doable using COUNTIFS but unfortunately respondents did not provide consequent origins and destinations. I encountered the following formulations

Since the format is different among and within respondents functions containing LEFT, RIGHT, MID are not useful (at least, my trials did fail). I found a VBA-script for a FUZZYVLOOKUP which sounded promising. Unfortunately the data is stored on a remote PC without VBA on it.

Is there a way to count the occurrences of trips given the circumstances?

I think I have this wrong. I am using the below listed formula to count the number od dates in a column that are older than 30 days. It comes up "0" even if I enter an old date in the cells in the column.

I need a formula to count the number of times the same thing occurs in a particular column. i.e. tree 1, tree 2, tree 3. I just tried the countif function and it is returning "0". Not sure if that's because the data I am looking for is part number/part text. Does this make a difference? There are also spaces between the number and the text. Also, the range I am asking excel to look in is based on a concatenate formula.

I have data arranged in a worksheet (see attachment) that has hours of work broken down by day. What I need is a formula that will find the number of times a record occurred in Column F that is greater than or equal to 12 hours each day. So for March 1st there would be 9 times. I can do that now with no problem using "=COUNTIF(F4:F14,">=12")" However, the real thing that I need is how many days of each month were there only 1 count (of 12 hours or more). So it needs to look at the range of data that goes from 3/1/13 to 3/31/13 and find the total number of days that had 1 count (of 12 hours or more) each day and return the number of days it found.

I am using excel 2003. My sheet contains Times in column A and numbers in column B. I want to be able to count how many of those rows fall into time periods. Such as how many are from 8:00-9:00 AM. I do have the time column formatted as Time.

Ex: A1: 3:40 PM A2: 8:20 AM A3: 8:55 AM A4: 10:23 AM etc.

B1: 23 B2: 34 B3: 12 B4: 35 etc.

So I want to be able to pull that between 8 and 9 AM there are 2 records.

The second part would be (in another cell) to pull the SUM of the numbers that correspond to the previous question. In the previous example it would be the SUM of all corresponding cells (Column B) that fall within the 8 and 9 AM range. Which would be 46 in this example.

I'm making a Excel 2013 spreadsheet that has formula in a column that auto enters a number 1-40 when something is entered to the left of that cell. There are 300 rows in the spreadsheet. I would like to make a drop down list in a column cell to the right that would delete that number in that cell from the drop down list. For example cell C1 has 39, that 39 then is deleted from the drop down list. C2 has 22 in it, click on the drop down list cell and it shows 1-40 less 39 and 22.

I'm doing a study of when people are most productful in their day. I just need to count how many units a person made within say 4 hours of starting work.

I want to count the number of cells in a range that have text in them (any text at all) but not count them if they have numbers in them or are blank. How would this formula be written?

I want to count the number of duplicate rows where the exact text in columns A and B match. An example is as follows, where column C would be the desired result. Note that there are hundreds of different text values of column A and hundreds of column B, I just simplified the example.

Sheet 1 contains range B12:B353 with names of people. Sheet 2 range B12:B353 contains a formula to extract the names from Sheet 1 if range D12:D353 contains a certain value:

=IF(Sheet1!D12:D354="A",(Sheet1!B12:B353)," ")

At the bottom of each column in Sheet 2 I am trying to get a total count of populated cells (a running count of names actually visible). I have inserted formula:

=COUNTA(B12:B353)

Which should count the number of cells with text in them, right? But I believe it's somehow counting the formula as text because I inserted the value of "A" in Sheet 1 Column D for 3 names. It returned a number of 331 at the bottom of my column in Sheet 2. First off, a return of 331 doesn't make sense in any way (still scratching my head at this return. It should have returned a value of 3.

The values in columns b:d range from 000-999. I need a formula that will count the number of digits in B:D that match the 3 values in H1 without counting a digit twice. The existing formula counts a digit twice, like the value in H4.

Suppose I have a column filled with numbers in fraction. And correspondingly I have a specific name for every 10 numbers. I want to find out which is the maximum among the 10. For this I could use the "MAX" function in excel. Similarly I have to find the maximum among the next 10 numbers. Since I have about 200 such numbers under 20 different names and eight such sheets (10 numbers per name), it becomes difficult to type the formula and select the range everytime. I would like to know if there is any shortcut for getting this highest number among the 10 numbers.

Eg. Name Value Number TU 489.662.272 TU 380.450.0379 TU 331.970.0475 TU 309.641.004 TU 300.890.1215 TU 288.840.0501 TU 280.090.022 TU 278.580.0115 TU 270.160.0397

I'm not sure if using the Dcount formula is the right one in my example below, but I can't get it to work. Here is my data:

A B C D E F G H 1

ThrFriSatSunMon TueWedThr2 2030101512

I'm looking for a formula that would count the number of Weekdays with data in it. So the answer would be 3. As I enter data into column F, G, H, etc. the count would go up and would always skip "Sat" and "Sun".