countif problem

kelley_aj

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O.K. I did a search and could not find an answer to my problem. I am trying to do a very simple coutif function =COUNTIF(B4:AG4,"=A") where I am trying to count the number of "A" are in the row B4:AG:4. It works fine until it gets to more than 9 occurances and yields a # sign in the cell. If I go to format cell it shows the correct number, but displays # instead of the number itself. Any ideas as to what I am doing wrong?

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kelley_aj

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OMG :oops: I can not believe I did not recognize that!! I feel like such a Homer!! Thanks a million I will crawl respectfully back to my mouse sized hole!! :wink:
 

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