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Count cells between dates

In this example, the goal is to count the number of cells in column D that contain dates that are between two variable dates in G4 and G5. This problem can be solved with the COUNTIFS function or the SUMPRODUCT function, as explained below. For convenience, the worksheet contains two...Read more

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The TEXTJOIN function concatenates multiple values together with or without a delimiter. TEXTJOIN can concatenate values provided as cell references,  ranges, or constants, and can optionally ignore empty cells.

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