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join 2 Blankcells formulas together

Posted on 2015-01-11
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is it possible [although I don't seem to be able to do it] to join 2 Blankcells formulas

i.e.

=COUNTBLANK('Fees( HK)'!I8:I16) gives me the correct answer 2

=COUNTBLANK('Fees( HK)'!I24:I25) gives me the correct answer 2

so I want to join these into one formula to get the answer 4

i.e.

=COUNTBLANK('Fees( HK)'!I8:I16) plus =COUNTBLANK('Fees( HK)'!I8:I16)

thanks
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Ingeborg Hawighorst earned 250 total points
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Hello,

have you tried to add the two results? As in

=COUNTBLANK('Fees( HK)'!I8:I16)+COUNTBLANK('Fees( HK)'!I24:I25)

If that does not help, please post a sample file.

cheers, teylyn
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=COUNTBLANK('Fees( HK)'!I8:I16) plus+COUNTBLANK('Fees( HK)'!I8:I16)
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Hmm! easy when you know how :-)
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