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    Count with condition.

    Hi,

    I have to count the daily stock if the item has value = zero. And I concern only some lines where the "Batch" is "05". Can you please help me?
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    Re: Count with condition.

    Thanks a lot " Sixthsense "

    This great help reduce minutes my work.

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    Re: Count with condition.

    Glad it helps you and thanks for the feedback

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    Re: Count with condition.

    i have a spreadsheet, contaiing call log date, and call open/close, i want to calcalute the diffrence in days for calls that are "open" and not for calls that are "close"
    the difference is days is coming =today()-f6 (where f6 is the shell) but i want to add the condition for "open" only

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    Re: Count with condition.

    TRIDIB,

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