Prev: opens slowlyNext: Summary from multiple sheets From: mgbcab on 2 Jun 2010 08:36 I am using this CF to find my duplicates =COUNTIF(A1:A\$10000,A1)>1. The next part I need is to count the number of duplicates (gray shaded & strikethough). I have tried a few VBA but I read they don't work with formula based CF's. I could also sort the gray shaded then count them with a helper column but ideally would be have one cell at the bottom of my 8000 rows that total my duplicates. From: Jacob Skaria on 2 Jun 2010 08:43 'to display the distinct items in the range =SUMPRODUCT((A1:A20<>"")/COUNTIF(A1:A20,A1:A20&"")) 'duplicate items in the range.. =COUNTA(A1:A20)-SUMPRODUCT((A1:A20<>"")/COUNTIF(A1:A20,A1:A20&"")) -- Jacob (MVP - Excel) "mgbcab" wrote: > I am using this CF to find my duplicates =COUNTIF(A1:A\$10000,A1)>1. The next > part I need is to count the number of duplicates (gray shaded & > strikethough). I have tried a few VBA but I read they don't work with formula > based CF's. > I could also sort the gray shaded then count them with a helper column but > ideally would be have one cell at the bottom of my 8000 rows that total my > duplicates. > From: mgbcab on 2 Jun 2010 09:29 Thanks, your 2nd formula did exactly what I needed. "Jacob Skaria" wrote: > 'to display the distinct items in the range > =SUMPRODUCT((A1:A20<>"")/COUNTIF(A1:A20,A1:A20&"")) > > 'duplicate items in the range.. > =COUNTA(A1:A20)-SUMPRODUCT((A1:A20<>"")/COUNTIF(A1:A20,A1:A20&"")) > > > -- > Jacob (MVP - Excel) > > > "mgbcab" wrote: > > > I am using this CF to find my duplicates =COUNTIF(A1:A\$10000,A1)>1. The next > > part I need is to count the number of duplicates (gray shaded & > > strikethough). I have tried a few VBA but I read they don't work with formula > > based CF's. > > I could also sort the gray shaded then count them with a helper column but > > ideally would be have one cell at the bottom of my 8000 rows that total my > > duplicates. > >  |  Pages: 1 Prev: opens slowlyNext: Summary from multiple sheets