# Conditional Summing While Ignoring Blank Cells

#### Cord

##### New Member
Hello all! First post here and excited about the wealth of info on this board...

Anyway, I'm performing conditional summing / counting on a spreadsheet that retrieves raw data downloaded from an AS/400. The range of rows varies based on what I'm looking at (account numbers, customers, etc.). Here's what I have so far:

{=COUNT(IF('Raw Data'!\$C\$2:\$C\$1752<=B5,'Raw Data'!\$C\$2:\$C\$1752))}

The problem I have is when I look at data that has a row count greater or less than 1,752. If I do a conditional count where I only have 440 cells, the formula looks at the blank cells and retrieves an incorrect answer. So, how do I ignore blank cells in this formula.

Thanks!

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{=COUNT(IF(IF(ISNUMBER('Raw Data'!\$C\$2:\$C\$1752),'Raw Data'!\$C\$2:\$C\$1752)<=B5,1))}

What's B5?
This message was edited by Mark W. on 2002-09-04 07:12

Mark, thanks for the response...

Cell B5 is the dollar amount criteria that must be met in order for the values to be summed/counted. I'm using this to analyze checking account balances and they are grouped within a range. B5 is the high end of the range..etc.

I tried your suggested formula, and I got a message that says, "You have entered too many arguements for this function..." Am I doing something wrong?

Have you considered using a Dfunction as shown below...
Book1
ABCDEFGH
1Field1Field1Field1
21<=4.5<>
3
42DCOUNT3
54.59DSUM7
6
75
86
97
10
114
12
Sheet1

This message was edited by Mark W. on 2002-09-04 11:32

Mark,

I'm not familiar w/ DCOUNT, but I gave it a shot. Here's what I tired:

=DCOUNT('Raw Data'!A1:J1500,'Raw Data'!C:C,<=B5)

This comes back w/ an error, and I believe it's because of my criteria. Basically, I want to review the database, the column to count is C, and the count criteria is any value less than or equal to the contents of b5. What am I doing wrong?

See my DCOUNT formula in the HTML representation of a worksheet (above).

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