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Will a COUNTSIFS work for me ?

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    Will a COUNTSIFS work for me ?

    Hoping someone can help on this one,

    The below sample is Job Ref numbers which I need to count at different times from month to month as our year progresses

    For example, If I wanted to count all the shifts between a certain date range. I think the problem is that my dates are going across in a row and not a column. ??
    I need to have it going this way as this data eventually is for a full year of work.

    There is 2 tabs, what I currently have, and what I'm trying to get working

    Have a look and see what you think...

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    Last edited by paul0872829332; 09-13-2019 at 05:09 PM.

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    Re: Will a COUNTSIFS work for me ?

    Quote Originally Posted by paul0872829332 View Post
    I think the problem is that my dates are going across in a row and not a column
    Yes. From the COUNTIFS support page: ``Each additional range must have the same number of rows and columns as the criteria_range1 argument``.

    You can use SUMPRODUCT as follows, entered into P27 and copied down the column. But you have other mistakes, which I've corrected and highlighted in red.


    In addition to flipping your use of ``<=`` and ``>=``, also note the need to use absolute references to $O$25 and $P$25.

    PS.... Alternatively, use O$25 and P$25 if you might additional pairs of dates, e.g. in Q25:R25, S25:T25, etc.
    Last edited by joeu2004; 09-13-2019 at 06:23 PM.

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    Re: Will a COUNTSIFS work for me ?

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