Need EXCEL help with a SUM function

I have the attached spreadsheet in csv format to work with. Basically it's a list of locations  by Airport code (APK, DFW, UKR, etc) and the different model phones at those locations.   What I would like to do (not sure if it's possible) is take this list and get a count of each phone type (7940, 7941, 7962, etc) by location.  So, I would need it to somehow get a SUM based on location and model of phone.... I'm guessing I would need to insert or create a different function for each location?  I'm really a novice at EXCEL so I would greatly appreciate any help.
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Katherine HainesSenior Software Development EngineerCommented:
Hopefully I'm following correctly, since your data isn't labeled. Is one column the location, and another the phone type?

If so, I would try doing it in two steps:

=CONCATENATE(text1, [text2], ...)
=COUNTIF (range, criteria)

Make a new column that is concatenating the two columns that are your location and type. For example it could look like this =CONCATENATE(A1, C1) and then you'd "fill down" for the rest of the column.

Now make another new column for occurrences. =COUNTIF($D$1:$D$5933, D1) and also "fill down" for the rest of the column.

For a lot more detail about countif, check this out.
Vontech615Author Commented:
Sorry, please see new file.... I've cleaned it up and added location and phone type.
Katherine HainesSenior Software Development EngineerCommented:
I think perhaps you forgot to attach the file?
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Vontech615Author Commented:
You're right... sorry about that.
Katherine HainesSenior Software Development EngineerCommented:
I'd still use the same technique I recommended. Do you have anymore questions?
Lopo PegadoProject ManagerCommented:
You can convert to excel and use pivot table.

Here as an example (added one collumn filled with "1" to count the phones you can use any other column you have like phone number or serial number  on the values of the pivot table

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Vontech615Author Commented:
Wow, Lopo, that is exactly what I was looking to do and it looks like you've already included all the phones per location. That was quick. Can you point me to some good reading on how to work with Pivot tables?
Katherine HainesSenior Software Development EngineerCommented:
I never think of pivot tables, I guess because they frustrate me.

But I would start here if I wanted to read more about them.
Vontech615Author Commented:
Thank you both for your help!
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