## Count multiple criteria with NOT logic in Excel #### How to count multiple criteria with NOT logic in Excel?

As the below product order table shown, to count number of cells that contain Laptop but excluding the laptops in shop B or C, you can apply the below formula to get it done. Generic Formula

=SUMPRODUCT(( range1=criteria1)*(ISNA(MATCH(range2,criteria2,0)))

Arguments

Range1 (required): The range you will count based on the criteria 1.
Criteria 1 (required): The specific text to count.
Range 2 (required): The range you will count based on the criteria 2.
Criteria 2 (required): The criteria to exclude when counting.

How to use this formula?

1. Select a blank cell to output the result.

2. Enter the below formula into the selected cell and press the Enter key to get the result.

=SUMPRODUCT((D3:D12=G6)*(ISNA(MATCH(E3:E12,H6:H7,0)))) How this formula works?

=SUMPRODUCT((D3:D12=G6)*(ISNA(MATCH(E3:E12,H6:H7,0))))

• (D3:D12=G6): Here tests if each value in D3:D12 equals to the specific value (laptop) in G6, and returns an array of TRUE and FALSE values as: {TRUE;FALSE;FALSE;FALSE;TRUE;TRUE;FALSE;FALSE;TRUE;TRUE};
• MATCH(E3:E12,H6:H7,0): The MATCH function checks if the value B and C existing in range E3:E12. If the value found, returns a number, If not, returns #N/A. And finally it returns an array as {#N/A;1;2;#N/A;1;2;#N/A;1;2;#N/A}.
• ISNA({#N/A;1;2;#N/A;1;2;#N/A;1;2;#N/A}): Here the ISNA function returns TRUE if #N/A have been found, otherwise, returns FALSE for any other values. Then you will get a new array like this: {TRUE;FALSE;FALSE;TRUE;FALSE;FALSE;TRUE;FALSE;FALSE;TRUE}.
• Here TRUE in the array corresponds to “not B or C”.
• SUMPRODUCT({TRUE;FALSE;FALSE;FALSE;TRUE;TRUE;FALSE;FALSE;TRUE;TRUE}*({TRUE;FALSE;FALSE;TRUE;FALSE;FALSE;TRUE;FALSE;FALSE;TRUE})): Here TRUE is synonymous to 1 while FALSE equates to 0, then multiply values in the two array, and you will get SUMPRODUCT({1;0;0;0;0;0;0;0;0;1}). And finally the SUMPRODUCT function sums all digits in the array and get the final result:2.

#### Related functions

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Excel MATCH function
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