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Countif with activecell.row variable for range?

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    Countif with activecell.row variable for range?

    Hi... I'm trying to loop through some data, adding a formula for a COUNTIF function, but am having trouble with the syntax. Can one of you lend a hand?

    The sheet name that the formula goes into is "NRSS-1"
    The sheet name which has the values to be counted is "E3"
    The column in "E3" which has the values to be counted is B
    When entered manually, the formula I'm using looks like this:
    =COUNTIF('E3'!B:B,A2)
    However, I want to replace the "A2" with "activecell.row"

    Any guidance would be appreciated!
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    Re: Countif with activecell.row variable for range?

    Change you formula to:

    =COUNTIF('E3'!B:B, MyVal)

    Then put this code into the NRSS-1 sheet module where you want MyVal to resolve to the activecell.row in column A. As you select a new cell, the MyVal target address will change causing the formula to reassess.
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    Re: Countif with activecell.row variable for range?

    Perfect...thanks a million!

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