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I have the following formula
 
=COUNTIFS(Report!L:L,"Defense/Fedsec",Report!O:O,"Delivery",Report!N:N,"06*")

Works great but I need a version where the O:O gives me entries that DO NOT = "Delivery"
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Question by:Matt Pinkston
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Try this:

=COUNTIFS(Report!L:L,"Defense/Fedsec",Report!O:O,"<>Delivery",Report!N:N,"06*")

Notice the inclusion of the "<>" within the last parameter (inside the beginning of the string.
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or, could you count ALL entries, and then subtract the Delivery ones??
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