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Using COUNTIF based on a date range

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    Using COUNTIF based on a date range

    What I want to do is use a countif formula based on a date range that is entered in another cell(s).

    This is going to be used for tracking attendance based on letter abbreviations entered in a row for that employee.

    I have a sample attached and need help creating this formula.

    thanks for any help,
    Nick
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    Re: Using COUNTIF based on a date range

    Given use of XL2007 - assuming you want formulae for C16:L95 etc

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    That said you may be better served storing the column values of the dates in 2 cells and using standard COUNTIF with INDEX.

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    Re: Using COUNTIF based on a date range

    Hi,

    In C16 (which should be formatted to show a number), and copied across to L16 and down,

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    Re: Using COUNTIF based on a date range

    Thanks DonkeyOte, worked just like I needed it.

    I was trying to work out what you were saying here:

    "That said you may be better served storing the column values of the dates in 2 cells and using standard COUNTIF with INDEX."

    If I visually saw it I am sure I would understand, but what you gave me worked just like needed.

    thanks,
    Nick

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