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AverageIfs - Multiple Criteria 1 Column

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    AverageIfs - Multiple Criteria 1 Column

    Hi,

    I need to do an average of multiple days in an extension of Averageifs formula. How do i go about selecting the multiple days.

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    Data has line items with Days mentioned in 1 of the columns.
    I need to get an average of (Mon-Thu, Mon-Tue, Sat-Sun) in the output sheet ... Kindly assist

    The current formula is

    =AVERAGEIFS(Sheet1!$I$2:$I$14440,Sheet1!$J$2:$J$14440,">="&Sheet3!E6,Sheet1!$K$2:$K$14440,"<"&Sheet3!F6,Sheet1!$D$2:$D$14440,"=????what do i mention here to get the average of desired day????????")

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    Re: AverageIfs - Multiple Criteria 1 Column

    how can the date automatically change during printing

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    Re: AverageIfs - Multiple Criteria 1 Column

    Hello joamon and Masud Reza Rasel. Welcome to Excel Forum.
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