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9/11/2008 1:06:40 PM
Excel Tip: Count Items Between Dates
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Q: I have a bunch of dated invoices. I need to count how many orders were placed between two dates (say, September 1st and September 30th). How can I do this in Excel?

A: You can use the IF and AND functions to take care of this problem. See this page for full details:


And of course you need to know how to SUM up a column - but that's easy. :)

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excel user furmula Comment from kana @ 6/13/2009
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Comment from Richard Rost @ 9/17/2008
Yes, most of my classes also have HANDBOOKS that you can print out (or order them printed from us) that you can provide to your students while you, perhaps, play the video on your overhead. I'll send you some samples.
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Comment from jonathan Smith @ 9/15/2008
Hi Richard not all of my computers at school have video capability. Do you have handouts or worksheets i can handout to students so they can learn from these. I am looking to purchase your resources because i have none for this years computer class.

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