Hi, I am trying to do a count in excel for how many items were reviewed. I currently have a worksheet with the fields "STATE, ID#, REVIEWED DATE" .

In another sheet I want to count how many cells have a Reviewed date. so if there is no date i don't want it included. But i also need it to be for each state. Since these are profiles there are many state fields that are duplicates. For example:

State -- ID# -- REVIEWED DATE

PA -- 2 -- 2.18.15

PA -- 1 --

PA -- 2 -- 2.18.15

NJ -- 2 --

NJ -- 1 -- 2.18.15

NJ -- 2 --

NY -- 1 -- 2.14.15

NY -- 2 -- 2.12.15What id like is a field in another worksheet with

STATE -- Amount Reviewed

PA -- 2

NJ -- 1

NY -- 2I hope im making much sense, any help would be greatly appreciated!

3 Assumptions: 1 - Your data is in A1:C9

2 - You have a list of unique states in Column F.

3 - You are using Excel 2007 or later (COUNTIFS first became available in Excel 2007)Put the following formula G2 and drag it down

F G 1 State Count 2 PA =COUNTIFS($A$2:$A$9,F2,$C$2:$C$9,"<>"&"") 3 NJ 4 NYThe second criteria looks weird, but that's how you COUNTIF non-blank cells.

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WORKED PERFECTLY THANK YOU!! Can you help with one more thing?

How do i do a countifs for 3 criterias? for example,

F G H

1 PA Phila 3/15/2015

2 PA Delaware 3/15/2015

3 PA Delaware 2/15/2015

For example, i want a calculation of how many dates i have for Delaware PA and Phila.

so for the # of dates i have for PA Delaware would equal 2 and for PA Phila would equal 1

disregard, i dunno why it wasnt working for me yesterday but i tried it again today by adding the third criteria and using "<>"&""). ur the man bro thanks !

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