# Counting

#### ILL31ini

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I have a database with Column C containing values (ES, ET, CC, OC). There is also a Column E containing values (Y,N). How can I create a formula to count the Y's in Column E if the value in column C is ES?

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=Sumproduct(--(E1:E100="Y"),--(C1:C100="ES"))

Note: You can't use full column references like E:E with Sumproduct.

I have a database with Column C containing values (ES, ET, CC, OC). There is also a Column E containing values (Y,N). How can I create a formula to count the Y's in Column E if the value in column C is ES?

Use a Pivot Table.

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