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Count Specific values in an indexed range.


I would like to count number of specific values.

I have attached a sheet with explanation and sample data.

Many thanks

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Rob Henson

8/22/2022 - Mon
Rob Henson

Not sure what you mean by "within Index column A".

For counting 1:
Fromula in C2 =COUNTIF(F2:U2,1)
For counting 1 - 3 ( do you mean 2 to 3 as you already have 1)
Formula in D2 =COUNTIFS(F2:U2,">"&1,F2:U2,"<="&3)

Copy down as required.
Ian Bell

Hi Rob

I would like two separate formulas. ie: the formula in D col should include 1,2 and 3
Can you please add the index A column and place formulas on sheet supplied.
Many thanks
Ian Bell

Not sure if Index is the right term but each range has a separate colored cell
to highlight the range.
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Rob Henson

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Ian Bell

Here is an example with A col at end of formula

Rob Henson

Sorry, doesn't help, but I think I have worked out what you mean.

Column A has 10 in rows 2 to 6 so need to count F2 to U6 for 1 and 1 to 3
Column A has 20 in rows 7 to 10 so need to count F7 to U10 for 1 and 1 to 3
Column A has 30 in rows 11 to 14 so need to count F11 to U14 for 1 and 1 to 3

No doubt the number of rows per index will change so you want it dynamic.
Ian Bell

My apologies Rob for the confusion and also the delay in replying. Just returned from a shopping trip :)
I made a mistake with that index reference. Your formula is perfect
Thanks again for your help;
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Rob Henson

No worries, thanks for the feedback.