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    I have employee initials in Col B
    In column D I have text consisting of either TR or TO.
    In Column E, I have text: containing YES or No.

    I want on a seperate sheet to total the number of TO'S and TR'S for each employee.
    Also give a percentage of the number of TO YES'S and the percentage of TR YES'S.

    Any help would be appreciated

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    On 2002-04-17 08:54, jbyrne wrote:
    I have employee initials in Col B
    In column D I have text consisting of either TR or TO.
    In Column E, I have text: containing YES or No.

    I want on a seperate sheet to total the number of TO'S and TR'S for each employee.
    Also give a percentage of the number of TO YES'S and the percentage of TR YES'S.

    Any help would be appreciated
    Jbyrne,

    You can use here two separate pivot tables: In one you put the employee name in rows, TR/TO in column and then count them in DATA.

    In the sconed you do the same for TR/TO and Yes/No, and then calculate percentage from the table.

    Eli

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    Not knowing what your sheets are called, I setup the following formulas to go on the same sheet as your data. Edit as needed.

    Cell E1:
    =SUMPRODUCT(($B$1:$B$6="AB")*($C$1:$C$6="TR"))
    This will count the number of TR's for initials AB

    Cell F1 (formatted as percent):
    =SUMPRODUCT(($B$1:$B$6="AB")*($C$1:$C$6="TR")*($D$1:$D$6="YES"))/E1
    This will calculate the percentage of TR's that have YES for initials AB

    Cell G1 (formatted as percent):
    =SUMPRODUCT(($B$1:$B$6="AB")*($C$1:$C$6="TR")*($D$1:$D$6="NO"))/E1
    This will calculate the percentage of TR's that have NO for initials AB

    In cells H1,I1,J1 put the same formulas and formats as E1,F1,G1 except change TR to TO.

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    What is new with this question?
    It looks very similar to the question you asked just a short while ago.


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    Thanks to everyone for their input. Will work on this tonight!

    (posted same question twice by mistake)

    Thanks again to all!

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