|Topic:||Re:Excel sorry another question|
|Posted by:||Matteo Castagna|
|Before I try with something "interesting", a "brute force" approach could be to create a third column =colA&colB (please make sure you trim all the spaces) and then sort on that column. A fourth column should test if the preceding row is equal to the current one.|
Those with FALSE are unique. You can assign then FALSE = 1 and sum across that column.
Very basic but it should work.
|Topic||Date Posted||Posted By|
|Excel sorry another question||27/04/15 11:29:00||George Turner|
|Re:Excel sorry another question||27/04/15 11:38:00||Matteo Castagna|
|Re:Re:Excel sorry another question||27/04/15 12:46:00||George Turner|