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Advanced Filtering Yes and No

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Hi -

I've got an excel spreadsheet that I'd like to filter to show 2 or more Yes's within multiple columns.  Any rows which don't have two or more 'Yes's' will be removed to only show those rows that qualify.

I've tried the advanced filtering but can't seem to get that to work.  Perhaps it would work better with a script?

Excel example attached.

Thanks.
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Question by:CptPicard
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Saqib Husain, Syed earned 500 total points
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Try using a helper column. Enter this formula in J2

=COUNTIF(A2:I2,"Yes")

and copy it down. Now filter on this column.
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So easy, thanks :)
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