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## How do you count unique values with conditions?

- Count unique values in column. The easiest way to count unique values in a column is to use the UNIQUE function together with the COUNTA function:
- Count unique rows in Excel.
- Count unique entries ignoring blank cells.
- Count unique values with criteria.
- Count unique values with multiple criteria.

**How do I count unique values in Excel?**

Count the number of unique values by using a filter

- Select the range of cells, or make sure the active cell is in a table.
- On the Data tab, in the Sort & Filter group, click Advanced.
- Click Copy to another location.
- In the Copy to box, enter a cell reference.
- Select the Unique records only check box, and click OK.

### How do I get unique values from multiple criteria in Excel?

Unique values with multiple criteria

- Generic formula. =UNIQUE(FILTER(data,(range1=”b”)*(range2>5)))
- Summary.
- This example uses the UNIQUE function together with the FILTER function.

**How do I use Countif for multiple conditions?**

If there is more than one range and criteria, you can use COUNTIFS function. It works same as COUNTIF, but is used with multiple criteria. The syntax of the COUNTIFS is: =COUNTIF(range 1, criteria1, range 2, criteria 2.. )

#### How do I count the number of cells between two values?

1. Select a blank cell which you want to put the counting result. Copy and paste the formula =COUNTIFS(B2:B8,”>75″, B2:B8,”<90″) into the Formula Bar, and then press the Enter key. Then you can see the result of cell numbers displaying in the selected cell immediately.

**Is Countifs AND or OR?**

The tutorial explains how to use Excel’s COUNTIF and COUNTIFS functions to count cells with multiple OR as well as AND conditions. As everyone knows, Excel COUNTIF function is designed to count cells based on just one criterion while COUNTIFS evaluates multiple criteria with AND logic.

## How many criteria can Countifs have?

Unlike the older COUNTIF function, COUNTIFS can apply more more than one condition at the same time. Conditions are supplied with range/criteria pairs, and only the first pair is required. For each additional condition, you must supply another range/criteria pair. Up to 127 range/criteria pairs are allowed.

**What is Counta?**

The COUNTA function counts cells containing any type of information, including error values and empty text (“”). For example, if the range contains a formula that returns an empty string, the COUNTA function counts that value. The COUNTA function does not count empty cells.

### Can you combine Countif and Counta?

Example 3 – Excel Countif function We can use a combination of the COUNTA, COUNTIF, and SUMPRODUCT functions to get the desired results. One other way to arrive at the same result is to use the formula =COUNTIFS(B4:B9,”<>Rose”B4:B9,”<>Marigold”).

**How is Counta calculated?**

So, to use the formula:

- Determine the range of cells you want to count. The example above used cells B2 through D6.
- Select the cell where you want to see the result, the actual count. Let’s call that the result cell.
- In either the result cell or the formula bar, type the formula and press Enter, like so: =COUNTA(B2:B6)

#### What is Countifs formula?

The Microsoft Excel COUNTIFS function counts the number of cells in a range, that meets a single or multiple criteria. It can be used as a worksheet function (WS) in Excel. As a worksheet function, the COUNTIFS function can be entered as part of a formula in a cell of a worksheet.

**How do I use Countifs to text?**

To count the number of cells that contain text (i.e. not numbers, not errors, not blank), use the COUNTIF function and a wildcard. In the generic form of the formula (above), rng is a range of cells, and “*” is a wildcard matching any number of characters.

## Why is my Countifs not working?

This is a common issue related to many other Excel functions like SUMIF, SUMIFS, COUNTBLANK, etc. SOLUTION: To fix the COUNTIF #Value error, open the linked workbook specifies in the formula and hit F9 to refresh the formula. Doing this will fix the #value error.

**How does Sumif formula work?**

The SUMIF function returns the sum of cells in a range that meet a single condition. The first argument is the range to apply criteria to, the second argument is the criteria, and the last argument is the range containing values to sum.

### How do I do a Sumif with multiple criteria?

Sum range and criteria range should be equally sized For example, =SUMIF(A2:A9,F1,C2:C18) will return the correct result because Excel considers only the upper leftmost cell in the sum_range argument (C2 in this example, which is correct), and then includes as many columns and rows as contained in the range argument.

**Why is my Sumif not working?**

If you are writing the correct formula and when you update sheet, the SUMIF function doesn’t return updated value. It is possible that you have set formula calculation to manual. Press F9 key to recalculate the sheet. Check the format of the values involved in the calculation.

#### What would be the formula if you wanted to sum all numbers in a range below 500?

The SUMIFS function supports Excel’s logical operators (i.e. “=”,”>”,”>=”, etc.), so you can use these as you like in your criteria. With these criteria, the SUMIFS function sums up all amounts greater than 500 and less than 1000. Note that both operators (>, <) and threshold amounts are enclosed in double quotes (“”).

**What is Sumif () function?**

You use the SUMIF function to sum the values in a range that meet criteria that you specify. For example, suppose that in a column that contains numbers, you want to sum only the values that are larger than 5. You can use the following formula: =SUMIF(B2:B25,”>5″)

## How do you sum values in a range?

Here’s a formula that uses two cell ranges: =SUM(A2:A4,C2:C3) sums the numbers in ranges A2:A4 and C2:C3. You’d press Enter to get the total of 39787. To create the formula: Type =SUM in a cell, followed by an opening parenthesis (….Give it a try.

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=SUM(3, 2) | Adds 3 and 2. | 5 |

**How do you sum cells less than value?**

If you want to include the threshold number in the sum, use less than or equal to (<=), like so:

- =SUMIF(amount,”<=1000″)
- =SUMIF(range,”<“&A1)
- =SUMIFS(amount,amount,”<1000″)

### What is the difference between an IF and an IFS function?

When IF function used, both the expressions are evaluated whereas in IFS case, only one expression will be evaluated based on the condition. You get the same result when you use IFS function in the above mapping.

**How do you sum a range of values in Excel?**

If you need to sum a column or row of numbers, let Excel do the math for you. Select a cell next to the numbers you want to sum, click AutoSum on the Home tab, press Enter, and you’re done. When you click AutoSum, Excel automatically enters a formula (that uses the SUM function) to sum the numbers.

#### How do I sum between two time ranges in Excel?

Steps

- Type =SUMIFS(
- Select or type range reference that includes cells to add $H$3:$H$10.
- Select or type range reference that includes date values you want to apply the criteria against $C$3:$C$10.
- Type minimum date criteria with equoal or greater than operator “>=1/1/2010”
- Add the date range again $C$3:$C$10.

**How do I autofill a date range in Excel?**

Key in the starting date and format the cell. Hover the mouse over the lower right edge of the cell until you see the Fill Handle. With the RIGHT mouse button pressed, drag to select the cells to autofill. Release the mouse button and select either Fill Months or Fill Years from the menu that displays.

## Does Sumif work horizontally?

The SUMIFS formula works also horizontally. Instead of columns, you can define lookup rows and criteria rows. It works exactly the same as vertically. You use this row as the criteria range.

**How do you do a Sumif for a month?**

Steps

- Start with =SUMIFS(
- Select or type the range reference that includes the values to sum $C$3:$C$12,
- Continue with first criteria range – criteria pair with date range and 1st day of month $B$3:$B$12,”>=”&$E3,

### How do I sum months and year in Excel?

Method 1: Sum Values Based on Month and Year by SUMIF Function

- Step 1: In cell F2, enter the formula =SUMIFS(B2:B16,A2:A16,”>=”&DATE(2019,1,1),A2:A16,”<=”&DATE(2019,1,31)).
- Step 2: If we want to calculate total sales based on a certain period, we can change the parameters in DATE function.

**How do I use Sumif with years?**

How to do Sumif by Year

- =SUMIFS(sum_range,date_range,”>=”&DATE(year,1,1),date_range,”<=”&DATE(year,12,31)
- =SUMIFS($B$4:$B$11,$A$4:$A$11,”>=”&DATE(D4,1,1),$A$4:$A$11,”<=”&DATE(D4,12,31))
- =SUMIFS($B$4:$B$11,$A$4:$A$11,”>=”&DATE(D4,1,1),$A$4:$A$11,”<=”&DATE(D4,12,31))

#### Where you can keep the sum sales to calculate the totals for each month?

In the summary section. c. In the month group footer. section.