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    Countif

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    =COUNTIF(ISSUSE!S1086:S1753,"1")=COUNTIF(ISSUSE!A7:A1928,"TRIM_3")=COUNTIF(ISSUSE!AD1086:AD1753,"34")=COUNTIF(ISSUSE!Y1086:Y1753,"Ergonomics")
    COULD SOMEONE HELP WITH THIS FORMULA. i NED IT TO COUNT ISSUSE!S1086:S1753 IF IT = 1 AND ALL THE OTH CONDITIONS ARE TRUE.

    THANKS IN ADVANCED

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    The ranges are all different sizes and referencing different rows....is that right? Should they not all be within the same row group (i.e. all criteria within rows 1086 and 1753)?
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    Quote Originally Posted by NBVC
    The ranges are all different sizes and referencing different rows....is that right? Should they not all be within the same row group (i.e. all criteria within rows 1086 and 1753)?
    Yes they should. I had a filter on when I did it.

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    so then something like this should work...

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    Quote Originally Posted by NBVC
    so then something like this should work...

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    I'm getting a value error

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    Check that there are no #VALUE! errors within any of those ranges referenced in the formula....

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    Quote Originally Posted by NBVC
    Check that there are no #VALUE! errors within any of those ranges referenced in the formula....
    I get the error every time I add the second condition.

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    Then there must be something wrong with that range... are they formula results in that range....are you sure there are no errors?

    Maybe you can attach a zipped Excel2003 or earlier copy of your workbook here and I can look at it for you.

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