sumproduct help

Paddy1979

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Hello please can you help me finish my formular.

I'm trying to count how many dates in sheet Jobs column O are in the past, depening on sheet 1 B2 matches entries in Jobs colmn N.

=SUMPRODUCT(--(JOBS!$N$1:$N$4819=Sheet1!$B2),--(JOBS!$O$1:$O$4819 ???? ))

thanks for looking,
 

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Oaktree

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Office Version
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=SUMPRODUCT(--(JOBS!$N$1:$N$4819=Sheet1!$B2),--(JOBS!$O$1:$O$4819<TODAY()))

Assuming O1:O4819 are Excel dates.
 

mtb'r

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Sep 8, 2006
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Here is one possible solution:

Code:
=SUMPRODUCT(--(Jobs!$N$1:$N$4819=Sheet1!$B2)*--(Jobs!$O$1:$O$4819<TODAY()))
 

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