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Excel Formula

ushaanu

Member
HI All,
I hope you all are doing good .
Actually I have some data in two excel file where one number is unique number with different case ids and date , now I need data like one unique number having one case id so and so date after that date how many cases are logged against same unique number .
 

GraH - Guido

Well-Known Member
Hi,
This is do-able with a simple Power Query to combine the data, then feed this table to a pivot.
Many tutorials can be found on the web.

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GraH - Guido

Well-Known Member
Hi,

I was expecting something else based on my initial understanding of the thread.

Seeing your sample data, you seem to need a COUNTIFS, something like:
[D2]=COUNTIFS('Total Cases file'!A:A,">"&A2,'Total Cases file'!C:C,C2)
 

Luke M

Excel Ninja
@ushaanu

In the future, please try to be more descriptive in your thread titles. "Excel formula" can refer to almost an infinite number of things.
 
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