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At 12:57 28/01/2015 -0600, Wade Smart wrote:
What I'm looking to do is, if O column has an "x", count how a range of numbers. AW column has numbers that fall in the 20's, 30's, 40's etc. I want to do something like less than 40 greater than 30. I tried AND but that caused an error.
 =SUMPRODUCT(O2:O168="x", $AW$2:$AW$168 <30)

You don't need AND(), since the product of logical values gives you that naturally: the product is 1 (TRUE) only if both operands are 1 (TRUE). You can simply include both limits as separate inequalities, so your SUMPRODUCT() has three parameters, not two.

In (say) column X from cell X1, enter a list of the discriminating values: 0, 10, 20, and so on.
In Y1 enter
and fill down the column.

I trust this helps.

Brian Barker

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