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    COUNTIFS formulae

    Hi there,

    I have the formula =COUNTIFS('Master Tracker'!$AL$8:$AL$435,"Yes",'Master Tracker'!$I$8:$I$435,$C$30), and I would like to subtract from the figure I get 'Master Tracker'!$AN$8:$AN$435,"Signed off". Which function would I use and how would I combine the two?

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    Re: COUNTIFS formulae

    This ...??? if the first COUNTIFS conditions apply to the "Signed off" criterion.

    =COUNTIFS('Master Tracker'!$AL$8:$AL$435,"Yes",'Master Tracker'!$I$8:$I$435,$C$30,'Master Tracker'!$AN$8:$AN$435,"<>Signed off")

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    =COUNTIFS('Master Tracker'!$AL$8:$AL$435,"Yes",'Master Tracker'!$I$8:$I$435,$C$30)-COUNTIF('Master Tracker'!$AN$8:$AN$435,"Signed off")

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    Re: COUNTIFS formulae

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    Re: COUNTIFS formulae

    Thanks for this John.

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