Excell Summary Sheet (Number of and Lookup)

Posted on 2014-10-27
Last Modified: 2014-10-28
I have an excel spreadsheet with multiple tabs
XXX Detail
I need a formula for Summary B5 that will be the number of records from XXX Detail where column F begins with 01 and column M = WIN and column C = Civilian
I also need a formula for Summary T5 that will be the number of records from Missing where column H = Civilian and column J begins with 01
Question by:Matt Pinkston
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Glenn Ray earned 500 total points
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Summary Sheet:
B5: =COUNTIFS('XXX Detail'!F:F,"01*",'XXX Detail'!M:M,"WIN",'XXX Detail'!C:C,"Civilian")

T5: =COUNTIFS(Missing!H:H,"Civilian",Missing!J:J,"01*")

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B5=COUNTIFS('XXX Detail'!F:F,"01*",'XXX Detail'!M:M,"WIN",'XXX Detail'!C:C,"Civilian")
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oh come on  Glenn. :-)

you are always ahead of me.  if you i knew that you are working on it, i wouldn't have wasted time :-)
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by:Glenn Ray
ID: 40406973
Sorry. :-)  I try to remember to refresh the browser before I post 'cuz it happens to me, too.
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