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Reference Formula

Reference Formula

Reference Formula

(OP)
How do I calculate something on one sheet from data on another?  I want to do something like this:

In a cell on Sheet1:

    =Countif(Sheet2!A3:A500,"Y")

or

    =Sheet2!Countif(A3:A500,"Y")

What is the proper syntax?  I want to avoid the intermediate step of making the calculation on Sheet2 and then have =Sheet2!A1 for my equation.

RE: Reference Formula

The first one is correct, so
   =Countif(Sheet2!A3:A500,"Y")

Wouldn't it be much easier to just try both options to see which one worked, instead of posting it in this forum?

RE: Reference Formula

(OP)
My problem is neither one worked.  I was hoping my errors would be close enough to describe what I was looking for.

RE: Reference Formula

(OP)
It didn't work the first time but #1 works now.  I was getting an error for both.  Don't know what was wrong.

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