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¿Cómo contar con múltiples criterios en Excel?

En Excel, la función COUNTIF puede ayudarnos a calcular el número de un determinado valor en una lista. Pero a veces, necesitamos usar múltiples criterios para contar, esto será más complejo, hoy hablaré sobre algunos elementos para contar con múltiples criterios.

Method1: Countif con múltiples criterios en la misma columna

Method2: Countif con múltiples criterios en múltiples columnas

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Countif con múltiples criterios en la misma columna


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Contar celdas con múltiples criterios basados ​​en el valor del texto.

Por ejemplo, tengo los siguientes datos que contienen algunos productos, y ahora necesito contar la cantidad de KTE y KTO que se encuentran en la misma columna, vea la captura de pantalla:

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Para obtener el número de KTE y KTO, ingrese esta fórmula:

= COUNTIF ($ A $ 2: $ A $ 15, "KTE") + COUNTIF ($ A $ 2: $ A $ 15, "KTO")y luego presione entrar clave para obtener el número de estos dos productos. Ver captura de pantalla:

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Notas:

1. En la fórmula anterior: A2: A15 es el rango de datos que quieres usar, KTE y KTO Son los criterios que quieres contar.

2. Si hay más de dos criterios que desea contar en una columna, solo use = COUNTIF (range1, criteria1) + COUNTIF (range2, criteria2) + COUNTIF (range3, criteria3) +…

Consejos: Otra fórmula compacta también puede ayudarte a resolver este problema: = SUMPRODUCT (COUNTIF ($ A $ 2: $ A $ 15, {"KTE"; "KTO"}))y luego presione entrar clave para obtener el resultado Y puede agregar los criterios del mismo modo = SUMPRODUCT (COUNTIF (range, {"criteria1"; "criteria2"; "criteria3"; "criteria4"…})).

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Contar celdas con criterios múltiples entre dos valores.

Si necesita contar el número de celdas que tiene el valor entre dos números dados, ¿cómo resolver este trabajo en Excel?

Tome la siguiente captura de pantalla como ejemplo, quiero obtener el resultado del número que se encuentra entre 200 y 500. Por favor, haz con estas fórmulas:

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Ingrese esta fórmula en una celda en blanco donde desea ubicar el resultado: =COUNTIF($B$2:$B$15,">200")-COUNTIF($B$2:$B$15,">500")y luego presione entrar clave para obtener el resultado que necesita, vea la captura de pantalla:

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Nota: En la fórmula anterior:

  • B2: B15 es el rango de celdas que desea utilizar;
  • > 200 y > 500 son los criterios con los que quieres contar las celdas;
  • la fórmula completa significa, para encontrar el número de celdas que tienen un valor mayor que 200 y luego restar el conteo de celdas con un valor mayor que 500.

Consejos: También puede aplicar la función PAÍSES para hacer frente a esta tarea, escriba esta fórmula: =COUNTIFS($B$2:$B$15,">200",$B$2:$B$15,"<500").Y puedes agregar los criterios así como =COUNTIFS(range1,"criteria1",range2,"criteria2",range3,"criteria3",...).

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Contar celdas con múltiples criterios entre dos fechas.

Para contar las celdas según el intervalo de fechas, las funciones COUNTIF y COUNTIFS también pueden hacerle un favor.

Por ejemplo, quiero contar los números de celda que la fecha está entre 11 / 30 / 2018 y 2 / 20 / 2019 en una columna, por favor haga lo siguiente:

Ingresa esta fórmula: =COUNTIF($B$2:$B$15, ">11/30/2018") - COUNTIF($B$2:$B$15, ">2/20/2019") en una celda en blanco para mostrar el resultado, y luego presione entrar clave para obtener el número de conteo, ver captura de pantalla:

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Nota: En la fórmula anterior:

  • B2: B15 es el rango de celdas que desea utilizar;
  • > 11 / 30 / 2018 y > 2 / 20 / 2019 son los criterios de fecha en que desea contar las celdas;
  • la fórmula completa significa, para encontrar el número de celdas que tienen una fecha mayor que 11 / 30 / 2018 y luego restar el conteo de celdas con una fecha mayor que 2 / 20 / 2019.

Consejos: También puede aplicar la función PAÍSES para hacer frente a esta tarea, escriba esta fórmula: =COUNTIFS($B$2:$B$15, ">11/30/2018", $B$2:$B$15, "<2/20/2019").

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Countif con múltiples criterios en múltiples columnas con fórmula

Si hay varios criterios en varias columnas, como la siguiente captura de pantalla que se muestra, y quiero obtener el número de KTE cuyo orden es mayor que 200 y el nombre es Ruby.

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Por favor, escriba esta fórmula en la celda deseada: =COUNTIFS($A$2:$A$15,"KTE",$B$2:$B$15,">300",$C$2:$C$15,"Ruby")y luego presione entrar clave para obtener la cantidad de KTE que necesita.

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Notas:

1. A2: A15 y KTE son el primer rango y criterio que necesitas, B2: B15 y > 300 son el segundo rango y criterio que necesita, y el C2: C15 y Rubí son el tercer rango y criterio en el que se basan.

2. Si hay más criterios que necesita en función de, solo necesita agregar el rango y los criterios dentro de la fórmula, como por ejemplo: = PAÍSES (range1, criterios1, range2, criterios2, range3, criterios3, range4, criterios4,…)

Consejos: Aquí hay otra fórmula que también te puede ayudar: =SUMPRODUCT(--($A$2:$A$15="KTE"),--($B$2:$B$15>300),--($C$2:$C$15="Ruby"))y presione entrar clave para devolver el resultado

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    Rajinder · 9 days ago
    Hi. I need to select information of cells range h6 to m126. I then need to count how many of these are male (and female) from cells range c6 to c126. I have tried =countifs($h$6:$m$126,”B1”,$c$6:$c6$C126,”M”) but when I enter it is coming up as #value!
    Any advice will be gratefully received.

    Thanks.
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    Marizze · 12 days ago
    Hi, I have trouble making a formula to this. kindly help me if there are existing formula for this.. thanks! pls see below.


    There are diff. zone in a column.. each row has open or closed remarks. How can I add all the open and closed items for each zone?

    Column: ZONE No. Remarks
    1 open
    2 open
    1 open
    1 close
    This is the sample data.. I wanted to know how many are still open/closed per zone number.
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      skyyang · 12 days ago
      Hi, Marizze,
      Maybe the below formulas can solve your problem:
      All open item with zone number 1: =COUNTIFS(B2:B8, "open",A2:A8,"1");
      All close item with zone number 1: =COUNTIFS(B2:B8, "close",A2:A8,"1")

      with the same formulas to get other zone number result as you need.

      Please try, hope it can help you!
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    Mark Broderick · 2 months ago
    Ok So I have a complicated one


    I need to pull data to a table to show :

    The total number of overdue items based on the date now for a specific centre

    So the total number of overdue items in the grace centre where the data table contains multiple centres
    the formula I use for the overdue items is =countif(rawdata!I:I,''<''&D12) - where D12 formula contains =NOW()-0

    This brings back the overdue items based on date for all centres but I want it specially for those which are only overdue for the grace centre and the centre data is in column E.


    I have tried adding ,rawdata!E:E,''Grace''), but it comes back too many arguments


    Can I not use multiple formula for the
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    Rajan Dahal · 2 months ago
    I HAVE A TABLE OF STUDENTS WITH GENDER IN A COLUMN AND RACE IN ANOTHER COLUMN. HOW CAN I FIND THE NUMBER OF A SINGLE RACE BY MALE OR FEMALE DIFFERENTLY?
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      skyyang · 2 months ago
      Hello, Rajan,
      To solve your problem, you should apply the below formulas:
      Count the number of Male: =COUNTIF($B$2:$B$12,"Male");
      Count the number of Female: =COUNTIF($B$2:$B$12,"Female")

      Please try, hope it can help you!
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    David Rowe · 4 months ago
    I'm trying to count the number of cells in a given row that have the same text and formatting (ie same cell fill color). Can anyone help me with this issue? Thanks in advance
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    cris · 7 months ago
    hi. hope i can get help with the setting up the correct data table and how to extract specific information from the table. here are the variables:

    we have multiple products under several different categories
    we have multiple sales rep assigned to specific territories
    i need to track their individual sales per product
    i also need to break down their sales per month, quarter, and on an annual basis (still per category, product and area)
    i need to compare the data of their actual sales versus their targets

    what's the correct data set, and the correct formula for it? thanks

    with these, i can then make a pivot table out of the data table.
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    MS · 7 months ago
    Can multiple arrays are possible 8n single countifs?

    Countifs(range,{criteria: criteria},range,{criteria: criteria}, range,{criteria: criteria})
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      Josh · 4 months ago
      Yes but you need to ensure that you wrap a SUM() formula around your countif so that it totals the results that are applicable as per the countif.
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    Theo Bourgery · 7 months ago
    My column A contains a set of different categories. My column B contains dates as "1 October 2018", but my filter is by year ("2018").
    Both [ =SUMPRODUCT(--(A:A="Category x"),--(B:B="2018") ] and [ =COUNTIFS(A:A,"Category x",B:B,"2018) ] give me a result of zero, which is evidently incorrect. Could there by something wrong with my date filter?

    Thanks!
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    David Uhrlaff · 8 months ago
    I am not able to upload the image of my data. neither .png file nor .bmp file upload. Any advice anyone?
    thanks
    Dave U.
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    David Uhrlaff · 8 months ago
    I'm showing 3 tables. The middle table shows lab data. In my example, I want to count any platelet values (PLAT) that have a supporting event in the left table, with matching dates. My formula in Column M looks like this:

    SUM(COUNTIFS(C:C, J13, D:D, {"Thrombocytopenia","Platelet count decreased"}, E:E, "<="&EDATE(L13, 0), F:F, ">="&EDATE(L13, 0)) + COUNTIFS(C:C, J13, D:D, {"Thrombocytopenia","Platelet count decreased"}, E:E, "<="&EDATE(L13, 0), G:G, "AFTER"))

    This formula works; however, I must HARDCODE the values "Thrombocytopenia" and "Platelet count decreased". I would like it to work dynamically where it references Column Q, or perhaps cells Q10 and Q11, where it uses that text based on the matching lab name (e.g., PLAT). In essence, I'm looking for a nested OR statement that behaves dynamically within the middle of a COUNTIFS statement. Tricky..... maybe I need to learn how to use --SUMPRODUCT. Notice the NEUT lab test in the far right table which has 3 "events" that would be acceptable to find in the leftmost table... I would want them to be counted, eventually when I find a good formula.

    thanks - Dave U
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    Susan · 9 months ago
    I have another request if possible, I am looking for a formula that will give me staff holiday cover, there are 5 people and each person has to cover at least one day over Christmas and New Year, each person has to give me what holiday entitlement they have left for the year so that I can calculate the cover.
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    Susan · 9 months ago
    Just wondering if you can help, I need a formula to decide a Pass or Fail as the result. The following data is in 6 columns with either a yes or no in them, if the results are all “yes” then this is a pass, if any one column has a “no” then this is a fail. I have tried various formulas with “IF” “AND” “OR” but nothing gives me what I am looking for. Thank you in advance.
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      skyyang · 9 months ago
      Hello, Susan,
      To solve your problem, you can apply this formula:
      =IF((COUNTIF(B2:G2,"no")),"Fail","Pass")
      Change the cell references to your own.
      Hope it can help you!
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    YOGI R · 10 months ago
    I have a work Count the students branch wise and course wise i have Ex. A1 course like B.tech or Diploma A2 Have Branch EEE,ECE and soon i want count diploma all banchs and btech all banchs any formula for that
    sheet enclosed
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    Patricia · 11 months ago
    please assist. I want to count the number of blank columns next to a certain name.

    I am trying to use "=countifs", but struggling with the blank part...


    for example:
    column A Column B
    Lesley Nico
    Lesley Sipho
    Lesley
    Lesley Floyd
    Bronz Sam
    Bronz Gift
    Bronz
    Bronz

    Result should be:
    Lesley 1
    Bronz 2
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      skyyang · 11 months ago
      Hi, Patricia,
      To count all blank cells based on another column data, the below formula may help you, please try it.

      =COUNTIFS(A2:A15,"Lesley",B2:B15,"")

      Hope it can help you!
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    Jason · 1 years ago
    Okay I'm soooo stuck with this formula. Here's what I have
    = SUMPRODUCT(--(F2:F77=FALSE),--(G2:G77=FALSE))

    Now I also have a column H. I need the formula to count if G and H are false but if I do
    = SUMPRODUCT(--(F2:F77=FALSE),--(G2:H77=FALSE))

    or
    = SUMPRODUCT(--(F2:F77=FALSE),--(G2:G77=FALSE)--(H2:H77=FALSE))

    it won't allow either. Please help!
    Thanks
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      skyyang · 1 years ago
      Hi, Jason,
      The formula in this article you applied is based on the criteria "and", and your problem is to apply "or", so you can use the following formula to count all "FALSE" in the two columns:

      =SUM(COUNTIF(F2:G77,{"False"})).

      Please try it, hope it can help you!
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    Joxyz · 1 years ago
    Hi,

    I have a large document of data in the below format:

    Offer Start date End date
    Offer 1 12/08/2018 18/08/2018
    Offer 2 13/08/2018 26/08/2018
    Offer 3 13/08/2018 26/08/2018
    Offer 4 14/08/2018 01/09/2018
    Offer 5 20/08/2018 26/08/2018
    Offer 6 27/08/2018 08/09/2018
    Offer 7 09/08/2018 12/08/2018
    Offer 8 08/08/2018 18/08/2018

    I need to calculate a number of offers avaliable each week. The final document should be in the format below:

    WeekNum Start date End date Offer count
    31 30/07/2018 05/08/2018
    32 06/08/2018 12/08/2018
    33 13/08/2018 19/08/2018
    34 20/08/2018 26/08/2018
    35 27/08/2018 02/09/2018
    36 03/09/2018 09/09/2018
    37 10/09/2018 16/09/2018


    In theory, it's relatively easy. You can use COUNTIFS to calculate cells when the offer end date is between the week start date and week end date. The problem however is when offer lasts for more than 1 week. Eg. Offer 8 lasts until December 31 which means it needs to be counted as one every week from week 32 to week 53. Do you have any ideas how this could be calculated?


    Thanks!
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    Harry · 1 years ago
    Hello,

    Good day ...

    We have two results from an item number from different location

    that will show like
    Eg.
    C1 C2 C3
    item#123 Required Not Required not Required

    From this this 2 answers the final answer will be 'required' if required available on column

    If 'required' not available then answer will be 'Not Required'


    In final cell I would like to get one answer
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    Nandu · 1 years ago
    I have a column with Multiple names and i wanted to find the count of the names except a perticular name. Can some body help me??
    Column Values: a b a b c d e f a b a x y z (Here i want count of a & b & c) without using countif(A:A,"a")+countif(A:A,"b")+countif(A:A,"c").
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      Hannah · 1 years ago
      =COUNTIFS(rng,"<>x",rng,"<>y")
      Where rng is the range e.g. A:A
      X or why is the thing you do not want to count
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        shravan · 10 months ago
        If the range is A:H, how can apply the formula..?
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    Mario · 1 years ago
    lets say I have these values, 1 to 1.5 will be a 1, 1.6 to 3 will be a 2, 3.1 to 4.5 will be a 3 and 4.6 to 6 will be 4. How do I put that formula for several values, like lets say I have a list with 100 items and their values vary between 1 and 6. So every time I log in a number it will automatically give me the value. Thank you.
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    Alex · 1 years ago
    ColA, ColB

    Count Range is in ColB, nd Count Criteria is in Col A how can I count , pls give soln
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    Waseem Akram · 1 years ago
    =IF(Working!C3=Working!B7,SUM(COUNTIFS(Gender,"Male",Category,{"Bombay","Pune"},Class,{"1","2","3","4"})))


    Am not getting the correct answer for this, getting output for only 1st criteria.

    *(Working - Sheet Name)

    Kindly help
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      skyyang · 1 years ago
      Hello, Waseem,
      Can you give an example of your problem?
      You can attach a screenshot here!
      Thank you!
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        Waseem Akram · 1 years ago
        I dono its not uploading image, trying again,,
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        Waseem Akram · 1 years ago
        Thanks for ua consideration... Below is the formula again..


        If B14 matches with A17, then I want the number of counts of 'Male' from Bombay and Pune and they should be in class 1 to class 4.. (For this answer should be 3, but am not getting that)

        =IF(B14=A17,SUM(COUNTIFS(Gender,"Male",Category,{"Bombay","Pune"},Class,{"1","2","3","4"})))
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    nk · 1 years ago
    I'm trying to find a formula that helps me tally how many unique numbers I have in column A for every row that has numerical value (a date) in column B. Column A has multiple duplicates. Column B also has text cells and blank cells. Is that even possible?
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    David · 1 years ago
    I have a spreadsheet where I am trying to find a particular value in a column, from those that were found I need to find another value in another column, and a third column. Would this be COUNTIF calculation, how could I do this?
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    paul · 1 years ago
    i'm trying to count the number of cells where the date is within a certain range, no problems, i have the formula =SUMPRODUCT((P8:P253>=DATEVALUE("1/7/2017"))*(P8:P253<=DATEVALUE("31/07/2017"))) also trying to count where the product of another cell is another condition, say A1, again no problems, i have =COUNTIF(E8:E253,"A1") but how do i combine the two as conditional where i get the number of cells between a certain date range that contain a specific entry? thanks
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      skyyang · 1 years ago
      Hello, Paul,
      the following formula may help you:
      =SUMPRODUCT(--($B$2:$B$11>=$E$2), --($B$2:$B$11<=$E$3), --($A$2:$A$11=$E$1))
      please view the screenshot for the details, you should change the cell references to your need.

      Hope it can help you!
      Thank you!
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    paul · 1 years ago
    i'm trying to count the number of cells where the date is within a certain range, no problems, i have the formula =SUMPRODUCT((P8:P253>=DATEVALUE("1/7/2017"))*(P8:P253<=DATEVALUE("31/07/2017"))) also trying to count where the product of another cell is another condition, say A1, again no problems, i have =COUNTIF(E8:E253,"A1") but how do i combine the two as conditional where i get the number of cells between a certain date range that contain a specific entry? thanks
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    Sbetarice · 1 years ago
    I have a spreadsheet where I need to count column v if it is equal to "EQ" and if columns j thru u are blank.
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    prasad · 1 years ago
    how to count a , b , c , d in excel . i want to count only a b d in excel not c .

    please tell formula
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      BASHIR AHMED · 1 years ago
      A
      B
      C
      D

      =COUNTIF(B2:B5,"A")+COUNTIF(B2:B5,"B")+COUNTIF(B2:B5,"D")
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    Shalini · 2 years ago
    SUMPRODUCT(COU NTIF(A:A,{C1;C1 &",*";"*,"&C1," *,"C1&",*"}))
    In this, C1 needs to be given in double quotes. Please check and verify
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    RANGYF · 2 years ago
    On formula =SUMPRODUCT(COUNTIF(range,{ "criteria";"criteria";"criteria";"criteria"…})), what if i want the content from some cell to form the criterias? Like this =SUMPRODUCT(COUNTIF(A:A,{C1;C1&",*";"*,"&C1,"*,"C1&",*"})), here i got syntax error. Seems it's illegal to use cell reference in {} array.
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    Jesse · 2 years ago
    On formula =COUNTIFS(A2:A11,"KTE",B2:B11,">=200") above. Why can you not note cell "A2" as the criteria instead of spelling out KTE. I know in this example KTE is short but not the case in my sheet.
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    Stephen · 2 years ago
    In your example above, how to find order>=200 for product KTE and KTO but not using countifs(..."KTE"...) +countifs(..."KTO"...)
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    Lori · 3 years ago
    =COUNTIFS(B3:B109,"OPEN",I3:I109,"