# Countif with more than 1 condition

#### bakerman

##### Board Regular
I understand how to use the countif function but now i'm stuck. How do you use countif to look for more than one condition
an example of what I am trying to do
=COUNTIF(J13:M13,"H")
=COUNTIF(J13:M13,"L")
=COUNTIF(J13:M13,"Sh")
Can I replace the above formulas with one formula

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#### Richard Schollar

##### MrExcel MVP
Try:

=SUM(COUNTIF(J13:M13,{"H","L","Sh"}))

Richard

Thanks Richard

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