Conditional Formula Question.

Regarding this formula:
="# of Partials: "&COUNTIF(X6:X2006,"AND(X6>=1,X6<=(W6-1))")

Not getting any error messages but does not make a count either.

Being used as a formula in conditional formatting. Works fine for changing cell color, when condition true, but does not make a count.

I am probably missing the obvious...

Thanks in advance
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NorieAnalyst Assistant Commented:

="# of Partials: "&SUMPRODUCT(--(X6:X2006>=1), --(X6:X2006<=(W6:W2006-1)))

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dgd1212Author Commented:
Your solution corrected the issue. Thanks!!
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