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Count duplicate but ignore first occurrence

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can you help me with attached file?

it might be easy but i could not figure it out.

two column count duplicate but ignore first occurrence.  see attached.
Book1.xlsx
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Question by:Flora
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by:ReneD100
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In cell C3:
=COUNTIF(B3:B22;B3)-1
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by:SAHIL HANDA
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NO NEED TO IGNORE THE OCCURENCE . JUST CLICK ON THE SPEED SHEET AND SAVE IT WITHOUT ANY ISSUES'S
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by:Rgonzo1971
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Pls try

in C3 and fill down

=IF(COUNTIF(B$3:B3,B3)-1=0,"",COUNTIF(B$3:B3,B3)-1)

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=IF(COUNTIF(B$3:B3,B3)-1=0,"",1)


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by:Flora
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perhaps i did not ask the question in more clear way.   i need to check both EE ID and the ID see the column C is what i need to be returned by formula.

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Hi,

then try in C3 and fill down

=IF(COUNTIFS(B$3:B3,B3,A$3:A3,A3)-1=0,"",1)

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Rgonzo1971

A BIG THANK YOU TO YOU. IT WORKED.
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