CountIF Two text varibles

markwight

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I am looking to count the number of occurances where column A = BUY and column B=R. Can't seam to get countif or sumproduct to do the trick

Thanks
 

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Doug.T

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Does this work for you?

=SUMPRODUCT(((A5:A11)="BUY")*((B5:B11)="R"))
 

Scott Huish

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You can't use whole columns with SUMPRODUCT, try something like this:

=SUMPRODUCT(--(A1:A1000="BUY"),--(B1:B1000="R"))
 

Scott Huish

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  2. 2010
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Can you be a little more specific?
 

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