troubleshooting Question

De-dupe and count/calculation in Excel

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gregfthompsonFlag for Australia asked on
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The file has a list of addresses and each address may appear several times with different dates. The address row for each property also includes number of bedrooms. Most properties have between 1 and 6 bedrooms.
The objective is to ignore the dates, de-dupe the list then count the number of properties by number of bedrooms. Then calculate the total number of bedrooms.
The example file contains examples of the three lists.
Rob Henson
Finance Analyst

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