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Bring the highest number in column A, where the value in Column B = "Project"

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Saurabh Singh Teotia

8/22/2022 - Mon
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Excellent!
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rwheeler23
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Saurabh,

I missed that I need one more column in the calculation.  It works as the following:

Bring the highest number in column A, where the value in Column B = "Project", and column C "North"

Would it be:  
=Max(If(And(B1:B100="Project", C1:C100="North",A1:A100,""))  ?

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JP
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=Max(If(And(B1:B100="Project", C1:C100="North"),A1:A100,""))  ?  Missed a ")"
Saurabh Singh Teotia


You can use this....

=MAX(IF(B1:B100="Project")*(C1:C100="North"),A1:A100,""))  

Saurabh...
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