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In cell D12, add a formula that sums two COUNTIFS formulas. The first COUNTIFS will count the number of calls associated with the Dept named range and criteria specified in cell A12 that received a grade F, and the second COUNTIFS will do the same for grade D.
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I need to convert a number that I found using countifs formulas into a percentage.
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I need to count the number of project milestones that are "red" but only for active projects. I can't remove the inactive projects though. Currently I have the formula =COUNTIF(Data_Table[[Project Close Status]:[Milestone 8 Status]],\$Y30) - where \$Y30 is "Red". However this formula is counting inactive projects as well. I tried doing a COUNTIFS formula such as =COUNTIF(Data_Table[[Percentage Complete]:[Milestone 8 Status]],"<>100%",Data_Table[[Percentage Complete]:[Milestone 8 Status]],\$Y30). How do I return a number that only counts the number of red milestones for active projects? There are 8 columns from Milestone 1 - Milestone 8.
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Count of drivers in each child zone using "COUNTIFS".
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I need to count the number of existing customers retained season to season. So, if I have a range or orders written for a current season, I need to count all non-zero values in that range, so long as any previous season was also a non-zero. Obviously, this will compound season over season as customers that are new one season become existing/retained the next. I know broadly I need to set up a countifs with or logic, but for the life of me, I cannot get to a working formula. A simple countifs doesn't work beyond one previous season since it will preclude customers that may have written orders in one previous season but not the other.
Solved by V. U. in 21 mins
Formulas from yesterday with Countifs not functioning as intended just need short help making an adjustment
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In cell C2, use the COUNTIFS function to count the number of schools in the State of Kansas that have a low cost of attendance. You decided that a low cost of attendance is any school that earn a 4 or 5 Cost point value in Column N. Hint: You will need to add the COUNTIFS function for colleges in the State that earned 4 points in Column M to the COUNTIFS functions for colleges in the State that earned 5 points in Column M.
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I am working with data on a master sheet and pulling it into other sheets. Source is "Sheet1" and "Daily Weekly Stats" destination. On the left of destination, I have built outputs using "COUNTIFS" which reference the data all the data needs to come from. On the right side, I would like to reflect the weekly counts and totals like I have done on the left. Is that possible?
Solved by A. J. in 16 mins
need help in countifs formula need one destination from where i can change the team at once glance
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Hi I need a little help with my formulas. I have one that is giving me a headache, Countifs. Can you help?
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