quick countif/if problem

rob36

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Ok, I am trying to make a bar chart, and need help to get my numbers for this chart. I have a total of 3 columns of data. My goal is that if the first column has "NOT CLOSED" in it, then it will look at the value (an integer) in the second column. It will then compare those integers to the final column (numbered 1 through 60), and will do a count to tell me how many of the 'not closed' had a value of 1, 2 etc...

does this make sense? I feel like this is super easy and I'm being a dummy


thanks!
 

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rob36

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Either I can't find the add in button or maybe on my corporate laptop that's disabled?

I want a formula where it will look at column A B and C, each having many (lets say 100) rows. Column A is either a date or "Not closed", column B is a (random, may be multiple) number 0 through 200, and column C is numbers 0 , 1 ,2 ,3 and so on (+1 every row).

What I want: I want to do a countif to see how many rows in column B match that number in column C.


ideally this would let me know ; XX rows have a value of Not Closed and a value of 0; YY rows in have a calue of Not Closed and a value of 1, etc...



EDIT: ****I think my problem could be solved if you have suggestions on how to do an if statement that is looking over a large range of numbers instead of just one... It's almost like I need a countif within a countif?
 

Michael M

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Rob
If you're using 2003 try
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