On Mon, Dec 3, 2018 at 11:45 AM Brian Barker <email@example.com> wrote:
At 11:15 03/12/2018 -0600, Wade Smart wrote:
My two ranges:
E2:E455 = IN, OUT
F2:F455 = F or S + Year = "F 2018"
What I want to do is: countIF E2:E455 = OUT AND F2:F455 = F 2018
After reading the help docs and just cant seem to figure out the way
to write this for two ranges.
Each of the equations in the arguments creates an array of boolean
values. The SUMPRODUCT() function first multiplies corresponding
members, which requires TRUE to be interpreted as 1 and FALSE as 0.
The product is thus 1 only if both conditions are true. The sum of
all the appropriate 1s is the count you require.
I trust this helps.
Well, that is a lot easier than what I was trying to do.
Over thinking it.
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