Combining 2 working formulas into 1 large one

GAlibra109

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Hello! I need help with the last piece of an Excel project. I have two working formulas and I need help figuring out how to combine them into one large formula.

In my Excel workbook, I have 3 tabs: the Job Order tab, with one piece of data in each cell; the Candidate tab, which could have more than 1 piece of data per cell; and the Cross Submittal tab, which is where I bring the information together.

I have working formulas for both my static and dynamic data. The static data (one piece of data in each cell) is for the columns 2DigZip, Title, and Dept. The dynamic data (multi-data cells) is for the columns EmpPref and Status.

Static data formula: =COUNTIFS(JOtable[Title],[@Title],JOtable[Dept],[@Dept],JOtable[2DigZip],[@2DigZip])+(0.0001*ROW())

Dynamic data formula: =(IF((ISNUMBER(SEARCH("in play",[@Status]))+ISNUMBER(SEARCH("ready",[@Status])))*(JOtable[@Status]="in play"),"1","0"))*(IF((ISNUMBER(SEARCH("contract",[@EmpPref]))+ISNUMBER(SEARCH("perm",[@EmpPref])))*(JOtable[@EmpPref]="contract"),"1","0"))

How do I combine the two formulas? I have attached my Excel workbook to make it easier to understand what I am doing.

Thanks,
Ronna
 

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