countif, if month?

deletedalien

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  1. 2013
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  1. Windows
Hi guys, i need a little help trying to figure this out,

As you can see by the title i can't even think of a proper way to define this question but here's the deal.

In column "A" i have dates (mm dd yyy) and in column "B" i have some instances of either A or F or R etc...

in a different cell (I7) i have say... 12/1/2016

what i need is to use that cell (I7) as a reference to count the instances of "F" in column "B" but only if they match the date (December) on column "A"

does that make sense?

Any help will be appreciated...

Thanx guys and happy holidays!
 

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