CountIF cell does not contain TEXT or is BLANK

nparsons75

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Hi,

I need to count a range of cells that are non blank and does not contain the text "COMPUTER".

I can get it to do one thing but not both using

=COUNTIF(D11:D43,"<>*COMPUTER*")

Thanks,
 

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Joe4

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Try this:
Code:
=COUNTIFS(D11:D43,"<>*COMPUTER*",D11:D43,"<>" & "")
 

barry houdini

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Try using COUNTIFS with an extra condition, i.e.

=COUNTIFS(D11:D43,"<>*COMPUTER*",D11:D43,"<>")
 

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