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I have an xls 2010 that has two tabs:
 
2014q1
PPM Assignments
 
In both tabs column A is a record ID. In 2014q1 it is unique and in PPM assignments there could be multiple.
 
What I would like to do is have column M in 2014q1 equal:
0 - if 2014q1 column A is not found in PPM Assignments column A
## - number of times 2014q1 column A is found in PPM Assignments column A

Thanks Much for Help
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Try this Copy past to Cell M2
=COUNTIF('PPM Assignments'!A:A,'2014q1'!A2)

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