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B     C     D     E
Red 8     XL    IN
Red 9     L      PO
Red 10
Red 11    XL   IN
Red 12    L      OUT

First line is the column.
In column B I have all the jersey colors.
There are currently 12 colors.

Column C is the number on the jersey.

Column D is the size of the jersey. You'll
notice that Red #10 has no size. That jersey
has been lost and will need to be replaced.

Column E has one of these designations:
IN, OUT, PO, Replace, ?

So, Red #8 jersey is a XL and is currently in
inventory. Red #9 size L is PO. Red #10 has
either been lost or otherwise missing and will
be replaced (though since I copied and pasted
the data here, it currently says nothing). Red #12
is size L but is currently checked out.

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On Fri, Jul 15, 2016 at 6:24 AM, Bruce Hohl <> wrote:
Can you give some examples of the cell contents of column E when a PO is
present and not present.

On Fri, Jul 15, 2016 at 7:03 AM, Wade Smart <> wrote:

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On Thu, Jul 14, 2016 at 8:01 PM, Bruce Hohl <> wrote:
Perhaps one of these depending the content of Column E:
=COUNTIFS(E2:E160,"<>PO",  B2:B160,"Red",  D2:D160,"M")
=COUNTIFS(E2:E160,"",  B2:B160,"Red",  D2:D160,"M")

The first one produces 4 and the second one produces 0.

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