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I need to count row P in my excel spreedsheet if row H > 17 and row P = 1 or 3.  

How can I write the query to do this in and excel field.

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Question by:running32
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Saurabh Singh Teotia earned 2000 total points
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Use this formula...

=SUMPRODUCT((H1:H100>17)*(P1:P100=1)+(P1:P100=3))

Please adjust ranges as per your data...

Saurabh...
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by:running32
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thank you for the quick answer
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Assuming the range is 1,2,3 then try
=COUNTIFS(H1:H9999,"= 17",P1:P9999,"<4")-COUNTIFS(H1:A9999,"= 17",P1:P9999,"=2")
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