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how to count month from the date format "mm/dd/yyyy" without converting it ?

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    how to count month from the date format "mm/dd/yyyy" without converting it ?

    dear all,

    every time i download my excel report it has date format of "mm/dd/yyyy" and till date, I have been using countif function to count the month from it and before that I have to convert the date using the function =text(value, format) then only able to count it.
    is there any alternative where I can count the months without converting the date.
    i have uploaded the sample excel file to make my question clear.

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    Re: how to count month from the date format "mm/dd/yyyy" without converting it ?

    How about this?

    =SUMPRODUCT((TEXT($A$2:$A$19,"mmmm")=J2)*($A$2:$A$19<>""))
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    Re: how to count month from the date format "mm/dd/yyyy" without converting it ?

    thank you soo much,
    so if my criteria increases then can I use like this
    =SUMPRODUCT((TEXT($A$2:$A$19,"mmmm")=J2)*($B$2:$B$19<>"SALES")*($C$2:$C$19<>"DAVID"))

    this is possible right.

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    Re: how to count month from the date format "mm/dd/yyyy" without converting it ?

    you have always been so much helpful.

    thankyou!

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    Re: how to count month from the date format "mm/dd/yyyy" without converting it ?

    Yes, you can add criteria.

    Glad to help.

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