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If I was counting the number of times the word "Rad" was in the range B13:B20, and B13:B20 was in cell C10, I could use this formula: =COUNTIF(INDIRECT(C10),"Rad") The INDIRECT function takes text that represents a reference and converts it to a reference. The COUNTIF counts the Number of "RAD"s in the range

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