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I need a formula that looks at all rows in a column, and if the data is "yes" - case insensitive  - gives me a count of all "yes" rows.
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Try this out:
=COUNTIF(A:A, "yes")

Change the "A:A" part to whichever column the data is in. Or you can set it to a range as well.
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so my data is in column C, the first 50 rows.  How would I change that formula?
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Ah, I got it.  =COUNTIF(C1:C50,"YES")
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Thanks!
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Sure thing, happy to help!
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