At 09:08 14/11/2016 -0700, Fonly Bonly wrote:
how can I match the string XYZ in a cell?
Example: count.if(interval; XYZ )
string ---> result
This will give TRUE if XYZ is found and FALSE if not. If you format
those as numbers, they will appear as 1 and 0 respectively.
I trust this helps.
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