I'm trying to create a countif function with three criteria, but for the life

of me I can't figure out the nested function. For example, I want to countif

column A=1, and column b=2 and column c=3. Can anyone help me with this?

Thank you so much!

of me I can't figure out the nested function. For example, I want to countif

column A=1, and column b=2 and column c=3. Can anyone help me with this?

Thank you so much!

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Excel worksheet for an entire school district. The ethnic code for each

student is a single alpha character. I need to find a way to get a total for

each ethnic code in each course when filtering by each course.

Each column of data has a header and I am using the Auto-filter feature for

filtering. Is there a way that the COUNTIF function can be set up for each

ethnic code so that it will count from the filtered data? If not, is there

any other function, or nested functions, that will work?

Thanks,

RC

project titles in column B, what time they were submitted in column C, and an

IF function in column D telling me '1' for projects turned in on time, and

'0' for projects turned in late. Off to the side I have the names listed

again in one row, where i plan to show the total ON TIME projects under the

corresponding manager's name. In other words, I am trying to get a total

count, BY NAME, of only the projects turned in on time. I was thinking I

needed to nest an IF function inside a SUM or COUNTIF function but am unable

to get the outcome Im looking for. Any ideas?? Thank you

nest more than 7 functions.

Here are the two functions I have:

=IF(1-COUNTIF(G2:M2,"P")>0,1-COUNTIF(G2:M2,"P"),0)

and

=LOOKUP(G2,{"P","S","B","A","E","T","B","BB","BBB" ,"TB","TBB",""},{3,3,3,3,3,2,2,1,0,1,0,3})

How can I combine these two functions to return a zero value if the first

function is zero, but return a 3 if the first function is greater than

zero????

I can e-mail my file if that helps find a solution?!?!?!?

Thanks!

Kate

I am wondering how to use an IF function nested within a COUNTIFS function, or if this is even possible. Specifically, I have three columns of data - Team, Points For, Points Against. Then, each row represents a "game". So team "XYZ" will have multiple rows of data.

I am trying to consolidate the info into a new sheet with again three columns, but this time they are as follows: Team, Wins, Losses. However, there would only be one row per team.

Can I use COUNTIFS to return the number of times a given Team's "Points For" value is greater than its "Points Against" value, thus giving me total number of wins?

All I can think to do is somehow nest an IF function within the COUNTIFS function (which I have been unable to figure out so far), but maybe I am just way off in the first place.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks.

nest more than 7 functions.

Here are the two functions I have:

=IF(1-COUNTIF(G2:M2,"P")>0,1-COUNTIF(G2:M2,"P"),0)

and

=LOOKUP(G2,{"P","S","B","A","E","T","B","BB","BBB","TB","TBB",""},{3,3,3,3,3,2,2,1,0,1,0,3})

How can I combine these two functions to return a zero value if the first

function is zero, but return a 3 if the first function is greater than

zero????

I can e-mail my file if that helps find a solution?!?!?!?

Thanks!

Kate

I need to run a two part test on a spreadsheet to return the number of rows that have Column B saying "Adelaide", AND where the DIFFERENCE between column BB and BA (BB-BA) is greater than 725. There are about 15 different place names (Adelaide, Brisbane, Sydney etc.) that I need to return a value for. The values in columns BA and BB are Start and finish dates respectively, and I need to count only the ones that are more than 725 days. The start and finish dates span across several years.

I have tried using the "=COUNTIFS" formula but have been unable to build in a nested calculation for the difference of Column BB-BA.

The count for each area is calculated/returned to a separate page that houses the calculations, and where I am hoping my COUNTIFS functions can sit. This is a workings page and does not have to be pretty.

I don't want to use filters or sort the values as I would like to be able to paste the new report sheet values directly over the existing sheet. (this is always in the same format, but can have different number of rows from 300-500 approx).

I am trying to remove rows if a certain condition is met. More specifically if the row has no value ie only zero the the row should be removed. I am using the countif function to check if the row only has zeros (and if it does then removing it), in the worksheet the formula looks like this:

COUNTIF(D25:X25;"0") ie any cell that renders the amount zero should be removed.

I am toying with the following code but I does not work..

VB:Anyone has a clue what I am doing wrong?RowDelete() Dim Lrow As Long Dim i As Long Dim Data As Range Set Data = Range("D2:Y4595") Lrow = Data.Rows.Count Lrow = Lrow + Data.Row - 1 Application.ScreenUpdating = False For i = Lrow To 1 Step -1 If Application.WorksheetFunction.CountIf(Rows(i), "0") = 0 Then Rows(i).Delete End If Next i Application.ScreenUpdating = True End SubIf you like these VB formatting tags please consider sponsoring the author in support of injured Royal Marines

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Excel COUNTIF function for two conditions (num1 < x < num2). Download a spreadsheet showing how to count data points between two numbers.

Excel COUNTIF function for two conditions (num1 < x < num2). Download a spreadsheet showing how to count data points between two numbers.

I'm trying to simply count a range of cells using the countif function. The range is on a different sheet within the same workbook then where the formula is. The formula is

=COUNTIF('Aggregated Results'!L3:L22,"yes"). It returns 0 (zero) for the count which is incorrect as three Yes's appear in the range of cells.

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks

I'm trying to count the number of times a pupil gets a detention which has been rescheduled.

In the main worksheet below I want to be able to count instances like the one on row 11 where John Smith has had a rescheduled detention.

I want to be able to connect this rescheduled detention to John Smith on a different worksheet in the same workbook. On the screenshot below I would like to have Column D as a running total of rescheduled detentions.

I have tried all sorts of permutations of the COUNTIF function but without success.

Does anyone have any ideas?

Expectantly,

Stewart

I use this formula:

=COUNTIF('INPUT SCREEN'!C6,'INPUT SCREEN'!C13,'INPUT SCREEN'!C20,'INPUT SCREEN'!C27...and so on...till...'INPUT SCREEN'!C125,"1")

The INPUT SCREEN is the name of the results worksheet, and the "1" is comes up in the ranking

bar and means 1st place and therefore gold medal. I put in the commas, so that EXCEL only counts the "1"s in the ranking bars, and not also in the point bars.

Th problem that came up, was that EXCEL always marked the third "object" in the formula, in this case, C20 telling me that something was not right with the formula.

Is there any way to solve this problem; or even another option in counting only the "1"s in the rank bars

COUNTIF . Counts the number of cells in a range that meet a specified condition. Syntax: COUNTIF(test_range; condition) test_range is the range to be tested.

COUNTIF Function can't reference other workbooks ... COUNTIF Function can't reference other workbooks: Posted By: kuznickic: Post Date: 10/4/2007 10:47:37 AM

I have a table that looks like this: DATE DOW Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 8/1/2008 Friday Camacho Trevino Rivera 8/2/2008 Saturday Camacho Trevino Zepeda 8/3/2008 Sunday Tenner ...

Watch this movie to accompany Drill 6. This drill moves away from the theme of the donkey sanctuary, because the COUNTIF function is better explained using the following example.

I have a table that looks like this: DATE DOW Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 8/1/2008 Friday Camacho Trevino Rivera 8/2/2008 Saturday Camacho Trevino Zepeda

I have a problem using COUNTIF function. I want to count cells say in range A1:A10 that are smaller that a value in a cell let's say B1. Neither of these works:

=COUNTIF(A1:A10; "

Breifly:

Range:

A1 5%

A2 6%

A2 5.05%

A3 4.05%

A4 7%

Formula used: countif(Range,(AND("range>5%,range

I have attached the sheet if it makes things easier to understand. the problem cells are highlighted in purple.

Many thanks.

I am trying to use the COUNTIFS function in excel 2007. In the following example I am counting how many (Rule 1, Rule 2, Rule 3) = 1,1,1 or 1,1,9 or 1,1,10.

I used the formula "COUNTIFS(A2:A5,1,B2:B5,1,C2:C5,1)" to count 1,1,1 and I get the result 2 counts. But when I hide the 3rd row, I still get a count of 2. How do I ignore hidden rows and then use the countifs formula? Thanks for any help!

Rule 1 Rule 2 Rule 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 9 1 1 10 Total counts 1,1,1 2 "COUNTIFS(A2:A5,1,B2:B5,1,C2:C5,1)" 1,1,9 1 "COUNTIFS(A2:A5,1,B2:B5,1,C2:C5,9)" 1,1,10 1 "COUNTIFSA2:A5,1,B2:B5,1,C2:C5,10)"

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