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formula to count number of accounts a customer has

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Hi Experts  Excel 2007

I need a formula t.         10o count how many account a customer has...so assume the following table
Col A.                  Col B.               Col C.           Count
Co.                      A count.          Sort code.      Total
Abc.            12345678.           202020.                1
Edf.              13445892.         102030.                 2    
                    23868908.          102030
Ikb.            23468990.           026978.              1

Etc..
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The data is not aligned best is to post a sample workbook.

Furthermore your data in Col A has only unique items not repetitive ? like Edf. Shows once it is meant for both rows ?

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Don't know if this is what you want

check the file.
gowflow
COUNTIF.xlsx
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by:route217
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Hi Gowflow..
that's correct dor edf and  let me test the attached workbook.
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by:Saqib Husain, Syed
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Enter this ARRAY formula in row 2 of any blank column and then copy it down

=IF(A2="","",IF(A3="",IFERROR(MATCH(TRUE,A3:$A$16<>"",0),1+ROWS(A3:$A$16)),1))

Change both 16s to the last data row.

Do you know how to enter an array formula?
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Thanks ssaquib
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