Counting the number of a instance of a word in a string if another cell equals a specific cell

aldea187

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Hello everyone,

Looking for some help again on the our love hate with with this great application.

I have a base statement of = =IF(Jan!C[1]=RC[-2], SUMPRODUCT(LEN(Jan!C[11])-LEN(SUBSTITUTE(Jan!C[11],RC[-3],"")))/LEN(RC[-3]), " ")

I am looking to check if a column equals a cell, and if so count a cell in that row for another keyword

LocationCritical LevelJanFebMarApr
northhigh
southlow
eastmed
westCritical

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The data is by month and has about 4000 records per. Let me know if any other data is needed.

Thanks in advance
 

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aldea187

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In addition, the reason the Len statement and sumproduct is because there a list of items in the cell that it needs to scan through to get the data. An example would be:

|*User ID:* z123456|*User Name:* Last First|*Telephone:* +19999999999|*Region:* RN|*Country:* US|*Location:* Gray Court|*StructureCode:* |
| |[mailto:first.last@zf.com]|[]|

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aldea187

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And looking at it now, my origional thought for statement is completely wrong.
 

aldea187

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So to expand.

In one workbook, I have my data

Ticket
Priority

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1low
9-4-20149-5-20149-6-2014closed
| *User ID:* z123456| *User Name:* micky mouse | *Telephone:* +5555555555| *Region:* RN | *Country:* US | *Location:* Northville | *StructureCode:* |
| | [mailto: ] |

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2medium9-5-20149-6-2014progress
| *User ID:* z234567| *User Name:* daffy duck | *Telephone:* +6666666666 | *Region:* RN | *Country:* US | *Location:* Gray Court | *StructureCode:* |
| | [mailto:] |

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3critical9-6-20149-7-20149-8-2014Closed
| *User ID:* z345678| *User Name:* Winnie TePuhh | *Telephone:* +7777777777 | *Region:* RN | *Country:* US | *Location:* Lapeer | *StructureCode:* |
| | [mailto: ] |

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This data i have for each month. so in the other workbook, i have my data

LocationPriorityJanFeb
Northville
Low
Grey CourtMedium

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What i am looking for is to count when northville has low priority and so on. Above is a mix of a few that i have used for other types of data pulls, but I am having issues at this point with this double check.

Hope this additional information helps.
 
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