finding the right formula to calculate values

Colleen905

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Question: find the appropriate function to count how many of the cells in the range (F20:F23) evaluate to a value of Yes.
Met Cdn $ Targets?
No (=IF(C20>=K20,"Yes","No"))
Yes (=IF(C21>=K21,"Yes","No"))
No (=IF(C22>=K22,"Yes","No"))
Yes (=IF(C23>=K23,"Yes","No"))
# of products on target: ?(Formula needed)

F20 to F23 has formulas for their cells which I have in brackets above

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I tried to use VLOOKUP:
=VLOOKUP("Yes",F20:F23,1,FALSE)
but it doesn't count the 2 Yes's. perhaps the wrong formula? :confused::confused:
 

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radian89

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Hi Colleen905,

can you provide screenshot? and what's currently the problem & what to achieve here?
A little bit confuse with the question like

Met Cdn $ Targets? # of products on target: ?(Formula needed)

you can use dummy file if its confidential.

thanks
Warm regards,
Adrian
 

MandeepBaluja

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=COUNTIF($A$3:$A$11,"YES")
=SUM(--($A$3:$A$11="YES")) with Ctrl+shift+enter many wayss to do this :cool:
 

Colleen905

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sorry I shouldn't have put that part in as it was irrelevant for the question...but I did get the answer with was the COUNTIF formula. Sorry about that
 
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