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At 07:57 14/06/2013 -0700, Pedro Noname wrote:
This is a possible solution

=COUNTIF('Num 1'.A1;L1:L2) where L1 = <20 and L2 = >60
=COUNTIF('Num 2'.A1;L3:L4) where L3 = <20 and L4 = >60
=COUNTIF('Num 3'.A1;L5:L6) where L5 = <20 and L6 = >60

(You have the inequalities backwards, I think - but no matter.)

Are you sure? When I try this, COUNTIF() looks only at the first cell of your range (e.g. L1:L2), so would simply count values above 20 - wrongly including those above 60.

Brian Barker

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