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Combining functions

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    Combining functions

    Hello all.
    Need some advice on how to display the results of 2 fucntions into 1 cell.

    Function 1. =ColorFunction($I$17,$H$17:$H$109) counts cell colour

    Function 2
    checks for numeric value in another column.

    How do I combine results in 1 cell to show for example all cells which were red , whilst other column displays numeric value of 5 for example.

    Out put should be count of all red cells , that have a value of 5 in another column.

    Thanks for any advice.

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    Re: Combining functions

    Hi rangerel

    Welcome to the forum

    You can't do this with formula, you will need VBa

    You would do best to post a sample workbook showing Before and After.

    It should clearly illustrate your problem and not contain any sensitive data.


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