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The Calculated field if used to calculated the difference between 2 fields gives the difference in amount. Is there a way to get the difference in count. The count formula in Calculated field doesn't seem to work. Kindly help
Count will only work with numbers. So select another box where you want your number and use this formula: =count(x:x) This should give the count number then you will need to find the difference. In another box, use =sum(x-x). This should give you your difference.
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Posted on Dec 30, 2007
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