Upgrading a formula

Brew

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How do I add to this formula if w345 is also greater than 15:
=AND(ISNUMBER(W345),W346="x")
 

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Brew

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Thanks, Doug T

How do I count the number of times the value is greater than 16 in the range w4:w1003?
 

Joe4

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=COUNTIF(W4:W1003,">16")

By the way, it is usually best to start a new thread when you have a brand new question.
 

Brew

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jm, thanks for the formula and suggestions, however, the formula is giving me a higher result, because it is counting the values in the formula within each cell in the range, rather than just the actual value results that have a value greater than 16
 

Joe4

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because it is counting the values in the formula within each cell in the range, rather than just the actual value results that have a value greater than 16
I do not understand what you are asking. Could you please post an example?
 

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