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    Multiple Conditions

    I'm trying to get a formula that will look at 2 separate rows of cells and give me a count that meets certain conditions. In the example row 1 has the type of pet (some multiple) and row 2 uses an "*" to signify that it's on hand. I would want the formula to look at row 1 and if it's a "dog" to then look at row 2 for any "dog" cell that also has an "*". Then do the same for all the other pets. Attached is an example.

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    Re: Multiple Conditions

    Place this in C:6 =COUNTIFS(B1:L1,"Dog",B2:L2,"*") then in the additional cells replace "Dog" with "Cat" etc.
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    Re: Multiple Conditions

    Hello,
    Try this formula in C6 and copy down.

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    Re: Multiple Conditions

    GC, I'm not the original post but, I tried your formula and it places a value of 1 in each of the cells. Did I miss something?

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    Re: Multiple Conditions

    gmr4evr1- thanks a bunch! It worked just like I needed it to!

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    Re: Multiple Conditions

    Not a problem, glad it worked for you

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    Re: Multiple Conditions

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    Re: Multiple Conditions

    GC, I'm not the original post but, I tried your formula and it places a value of 1 in each of the cells. Did I miss something?
    My results are 1 3 1 1

    Here's the formula in C7.
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    Are you in manual calculation mode ?

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    Re: Multiple Conditions

    Quote Originally Posted by GC Excel View Post
    My results are 1 3 1 1

    Here's the formula in C7.
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    Are you in manual calculation mode ?
    Ok, I see why, when I copied and pasted down the cells, the =$A6 did not change for the corresponding cell(s)

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