COUNTIFS - Is this correct?

jasonb75

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Hi Jason, I tried the Sumproduct this morning but it gives a 0 result. The COUNTIFS worked great.
It works fine for me, maybe you had parenthesis in the wrong places.

To do a greater than count with countifs you need to use ">5", not >5
 

monkeyharris

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No, the results show how many orders per month have 1, 2, 3 days notice. I still need that but i also want to sum the remaining orders over 5 day.
 

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