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Hi,

I need some formula that determines whether a deal number is multi country using uses the below rules

(1) if a deal number is > 1 &
(2) if the countries (Col E) within those deal numbers are NOT unique

then "YES"
otherwise "NO"

I have attached an example spreadsheet

Many thanks
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