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Posted on 2011-03-08
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Please can you help with the formula held in F15 "Stats Table"

It should equal 2 like the formula held in D15. the only difference is that F15 first tries to 'match' a selected date range in F5:F6

Many thanks for your help,

Gaz
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Your formula works, but there are no such lines within the date range.

If you update the from / to to 2/2/11 - 3/8/11 then you get your result.

Thomas
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Hello,

The formula works correctly. You only have to enter the date range. Your source data has dates in Feb/March 2011. Your date range cells have dates in 2010 only, so there's no match.

cheers, teylyn
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