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    A formula to calculate the MAX number in a range between two numbers.

    Hi everyone,

    I was wondering if there is a formula to calculate the MAX number in a range but limit the search with certain identifiers.

    For example; lets say the list looks like this:
    3101
    3102
    3103
    3201
    3202
    3203
    3301
    3302
    3303

    I want to select this range but only find the MAX number between say 3100-3199, and then do the same for 3200-3299 and 3300-3399 etc.

    Edit: OR "MAX number from all numbers starting with 31,32,33 etc"

    Is this possible? I tried googling but couldn't find anything for this specific formula.

    Thanks in advance
    -Adam
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    Re: A formula to calculate the MAX number in a range between two numbers.

    As the XL version in your profile is unknown to me (2105??) check your version and see if you have the MAXIFS function

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    Re: A formula to calculate the MAX number in a range between two numbers.

    Version 2105 (Build 14026.20270) (Microsoft® Excel® for Microsoft 365 MSO (16.0.14026.20270) 64-biters)

    Looks like i do have that function yes.

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    Re: A formula to calculate the MAX number in a range between two numbers.

    OK, so it's XL365. You should change your profile accordingly as 365 has some features other versions don't have.

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    Re: A formula to calculate the MAX number in a range between two numbers.

    Thanks, I update my profile. Any idea if a formula like this is possible? I had a look at MAXIFS but couldn't figure out how to set the criteria if it comes from the same range/column.

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    Re: A formula to calculate the MAX number in a range between two numbers.

    Enter your numbers in A1 to A9

    then

    =MAX(IF($A$1:$A$9>=3100,1,0)*IF($A$1:$A$9<=3200,1,0)*$A$1:$A$9)
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