In Excel, I need to do a count based on 2 criteria. Criteria 1 looks for A, criteria 2 looks to see if A falls with in a selected date range.

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Could some one please help me with the formula for this problem? I need to count the result based on 2 criteria.

The first criteria looks for a name match and the second criteria looks for a match within a set date range, eg. the month of Feb.The source data for the name match is in column B from B2:B1000.

The data for the date is in column C from C2:C1000.

E22 Contains the date 2/1/10

E26 Contains the date 2/1/10

F26 Contains the date 2/28/10This is the formula I have been trying to use but haven't be able to make work.

=COUNTIFS(B2:B1000,$E2,$C$2:$C$1000,E22>=E26<=F26)

I'm sure the problem has to do with E22 and the way I am trying to discribe the range but after trying numerious combinations and expressions I'm still not able to get it to solve.

On a seperate sheet I was able to successfully use the following formula

=IF(B3=1*(D3>=40210),AND(D3<=40237))

to give a TRUE or FALSE answer. Column B was reduced down to 1 or 0 for the name match and column D was the dates.

I could use this to solve my problem but I wouild wind up with an incredibly large sheet of data to cover the 12 months and the 20 names for which I need to pull data. This doesn't seem at all practical especially when it seems possible to reduce it all down to 1 line of formula if I can just get it right.Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

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I figured it out myself =COUNTIFS($B$2:$B$1000,$E2,$C$2:$C$1000,">="&E$24,$C$2:$C$1000,"<="&E$25)

I would just like to thank DerbyDad03 without whom I never would have done this myself. Thanks! I will always remember to feel free to

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