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Hi,
Just upgraded to excel 2013 and a previously work function no longer works, does the below require updating?

=SUMPRODUCT(--(csv!$S$2:$S$100000=C10),--(csv!$T$2:$T$100000=D10),--(csv!$E$2:$E$100000=E10))
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Should still work, although you can make it much more efficient now with 2013 using COUNTIFS

=COUNTIFS(csv!$S$2:$S$100000,C10,csv!$T$2:$T$100000,D10,csv!$E$2:$E$100000,E10)
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