Count Common Denominator, but excluding "#value!"
I am trying to find a common denominator of certain numbers. What formula do
I am trying to find a formula that will give me the least common denominator for doing a cost account spreadsheet with sales mix.
I have a question.
When I enter this formula it gives me the type of day in a number form ex 1 equals Monday, 2 equals Tuesday and so on.
In column A 1 down I have dates, some cells down are also blank.
when there is no date it shows number 6 equaling Saturday.
How can I get this formula to show me error instead of 6 when there is no date in column A.
Also I have a second question.
How can I find the MOST common denominator between a cell range
A2: A200. these cells only contain containing numbers 1 through 6.
I need to count the number of entries which include "active" in column B and "empty" in column C, however there are some entries under the same account (Account number is in Column A). How can I count the number of entries while excluding duplicate accounts?
I have a list of phone numbers in column D. I want to count how many of them begin with a 917 area code excluding duplicates. I then want to subtract that result from the total number of phone numbers.
I currently use the following formula just to count the number of total phone numbers excluding duplicates:
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