Count multiple entries in a list

steven H

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I have a 15000 list of tel numbers in column a, with corresponding email addresses in the column b, there are duplicate e-mail addresses in the column.

I want to identify ie count the multiple e-mail addresses, there are too many to pivot, any ideas?
This message was edited by steven H on 2002-10-03 06:02
 

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Try using countif
=COUNTIF(B1:B1500,B1)

then you can sort this column ans see all duplicate entries
 
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cheers that works fine, however I would like to summarise the count of multiples against a single instance, in much the same way as a pivot.
 
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