At 08:52 14/06/2013 -0700, Pedro Noname wrote:
Brian Barker wrote
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.
You are correct. I apologize.
Oh, thanks - but absolutely no need!
Other options are the COUNTIFS function or SUMPRODUCT.
Yes: I thought of SUMPRODUCT() too, but didn't see how to use it conveniently.
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