Vlookup/CountIf issue

Ianwillo123

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Joined
Oct 19, 2020
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Office Version
  1. 365
Platform
  1. Windows
Hi all,

I have a table or contains data like the below and as you can see there are some duplicates of IDs;

ID
966368
1004275
1004275
1004275
998516

What I’m trying to do is on another table on another sheet (milestonesis count how many times the ID exists.

I am using a vlookup but it’s not working, can anyone help where I am going wrong?

=Count(vlookup[@[id],Milestones[#all],3,false))

Thanks all
 

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Eric W

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Without seeing your actual layout, it's hard to tell what you want, but maybe you want COUNTIF or COUNTIFS?
 

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