Aug 10 2021 01:40 AM
Aug 10 2021 01:40 AM
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Aug 10 2021 02:51 AM
In case you want to count the number of dates.
Please have a look at the inserted file.
I would be happy to know if I could help.
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Aug 10 2021 03:25 AM
@NikolinoDE Thankyou for your response Nikolino. Unfortunately this is not what I need. It is not how many ? marks per month but a list of the dates next to them. Also, as there will be other letters in Column D it does really need to then, I believe, count the dates that appear in that list. What you have seen is just a small sample of much larger spreadsheet and I need to access the dates to resolve the problems associated with them. But thankyou for your 1st reply.
Aug 10 2021 03:32 AM
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Aug 10 2021 04:20 AM
@Cambosity100 So, I work for a NDIS Provider supplying supports to people with disability. There are about 60 clients and 40 odd staff. I need to do a self audit of the year past of shift notes in hard copy submitted by staff over the year. I will be cross referencing from the years roster but need to identify if there are missing shift notes and why. There can be a whole host of reasons. This spreadsheet will identify where there are potential issues to be looked at so it is essential to know for each client what dates the issues occur and how many are still unresolved. I have expanded the work book to 4 clients to give a better glimpse of what I am doing. I hope this clears it up
Aug 10 2021 12:40 PM
@Geir Hogstad Thank you for your formula. I see the ranges go to C and D 383 but it only returns 2 results and the spill is in a row not a column. Not sure why....But it is much closer to what I am seeking. I have attached an expanded version of the sample workbook with manually inputted (random) dates to show what it should visually look like. I found that the simple COUNTA function will count the dates when like this (but do not know whether this works with a spill function, I assume it will ) I have also given in a post more detail of the functionality of the workbook if it would help to read this.
Thankyou again Geir but still not working.
Aug 10 2021 01:04 PM
Only returns 2, because there is only 2 for Februar: Whu would you the filtered results in rows? And not columns, so you can have one row for each month?
=TRANSPOSE(FILTER(C4:C383;(MONTH(C4:C383)=1)*(D4:D383<>"");"")) where 1 is january
=TRANSPOSE(FILTER(C4:C383;(MONTH(C4:C383)=2)*(D4:D383<>"");"")) where 2 is february, one for each month
And you can use Count (To count if numbers) with spill (#)
Aug 10 2021 01:41 PM