## Use IF + COUNTIF to perform numerous conditions

The COUNTIF function allows you to construct a small IF formula that carries out plenty of logical expressions.

Combining the IF and COUNTIF functions also let you have more than 254 logical expressions and the effort to type the formula is minimal.

The example shown in above picture checks if the country in cell B3 is equal to one of the countries in cell range B23:D25.

In other words, the COUNTIF function counts how many times a specific value is found in a cell range.

If the value exists at least once in the cell range the IF function adds 100 to the value in C3. If FALSE the formula returns a blank.

becomes

**Cambodia**", "Sri Lanka", "Japan"; "Mongolia", "Bangladesh", "Philippines"; "Laos", "India", "Indonesia"}, "

**Cambodia**")

and returns 1. The criteria value is found once in the array (bolded).

The IF function interprets 1 as TRUE and carrys out the value_if_true argument, C3+100.

C3 is 99 and 99 + 100 equals 199, the IF function returns 199 in cell D3.

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Use IF + COUNTIF to perform multiple conditions

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1. If item Count in Column-A have equal Count of the same item in corresponding Column-B, Result should be "Complete"

2. If item Count in Column-A have Count at least one in corresponding Column-B but less than Count in Column-A, Result should be "In progress"

3. If item Count in Column-A have no Count in corresponding Column-B, Result should be "Not Complete"

4. If there is no Count in Column-A and corresponding Column-B have no count, Result should be "Blank"