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Countifs solution for excel 2000

=COUNTIFS(List!$O$2:$O$328;"<>YES";List! $G$2:$G$328;"<>Y";List!$E$2:$E$328;"<>DONE";List!$E$2:$E$328;"<>FIN";List!$F$2:$F$328;"<>AOL";List!$F$2:$F$328;"<>NO";List!$F$2:$F$328;"<>ON";List!$T$2:$T$328;"<>YES") how do i do this in excel 2000? Thanks! Eddy W

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=SUMPRODUCT(--(List!$O$2:$O$328<>"YES"),--(List!$G$2:$G$328<>"Y"),--(List!$E$2:$E$328<>"DONE"),--(List!$E$2:$E$328<>"FIN"),--(List!$F$2:$F$328<>"AOL"),--(List!$F$2:$F$328<>"NO"),--(List!$F$2:$F$328<>"ON"),--(List!$T$2:$T$328<>"YES"))

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