# 3 COUNTIFS

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Hi,

Is it possible to do 3 COUNTIFS ?

Count if column 1 contains value 1,

Count if Column 2 contains value 2

Count if Column 3 Contains value 3

any solution?

Thank you!

• Employee

As I am understanding, you want something like this then

=COUNTIFS([Column2]:[Column2], "Value1", [Column3]:[Column3], "Value2", [Column4]:[Column4], "Value3")

Please feel free to try it with your values and check if this works as you expect, I hope this helps,

David.

• Employee

Hi A Rose,

If by "possible" you mean to use three COUNTIF to make some kind of sum based on certain criteria, maybe something like this is what you are looking for:

=COUNTIF([Column2]:[Column2], "Value1") + COUNTIF([Column3]:[Column3], "Value2") + COUNTIF([Column4]:[Column4], "Value3")

Hope this was the answer you were looking for,

David.

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That's Column 1 Plus Column 2 etc.

I want a total of how many cells in column 1 and 2 match those values, not +, but And!

Got it?

Thank you!

• Employee

As I am understanding, you want something like this then

=COUNTIFS([Column2]:[Column2], "Value1", [Column3]:[Column3], "Value2", [Column4]:[Column4], "Value3")

Please feel free to try it with your values and check if this works as you expect, I hope this helps,

David.

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That worked!

Thank you!!

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