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    Unhappy Using Countif formula in a Pivot Table

    Hi,

    Im working with a large data spreadsheet that has Yes and No answers in different columns. There are blanks within the selection too.
    I need to calculate only the Yes.
    I have tried using the filters in the Pivot Table field list and they are not working.
    So now i'm trying to add a COUNTIF formula in the Calculated Fields section.
    The formula I'm using is =Countif('Time limit extension'="yes") and i get the answer "too few."
    What should I be using in the formula to get the calculated field to work? I have search the whole forum and I haven't found an answer that can help me.

    Please HELP!!!

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    Re: Using Countif formula in a Pivot Table

    Hi,

    You can use the GETPIVOTDATA function to extract information from a pivot table.

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    Re: Using Countif formula in a Pivot Table

    To best describe or illustrate your problem you would be better off attaching a dummy workbook, the workbook should contain the same structure and some dummy data of the same type as the type you have in your real workbook - so, if a cell contains numbers & letters in this format abc-123 then that should be reflected in the dummy workbook.

    If needed supply a before and after sheet in the workbook so the person helping you can see what you are trying to achieve.

    Doing this will ensure you get the result you need!
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