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    COUNTIF Using Wildcards

    I have multiple sheets and want to do a COUNTIF function on any sheets that contain the word "Bracket". I have tried the following formula using wildcards without success:

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    Can anyone see what I may be doing incorrectly?

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    Re: COUNTIF Using Wildcards

    Repalce the Bracket with "Bracket"

    =IF(COUNTIF(("*"&"Bracket"&"*"!$D$6:$L$34),ROW(A40))
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    Re: COUNTIF Using Wildcards

    Thanks for that, but it still tells me the formula still contains an error. This is what I have now:

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    Re: COUNTIF Using Wildcards

    Apologies, having read your post again, I see you are trying to pull data from multiple sheets.

    An indirect function would help, however again I am not sure if an INDIRECT function works across a range of multiple sheets

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