Counting formulas referring to a range containing formulas

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sheetspread

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Countblank will count "" as blank, CountA will not. That's all I can think of since:


Excel 2010
ABCDEF
1
2thethe1book1
3my
4mine
5your
6aa1library5
7aa2pen6
8anan1apple7
9Germany
10England
11thethe2librarian10
12thethe3forest11
13anan2uncle1233
1415
Sheet16
Cell Formulas
RangeFormula
F13=COUNTA(A2:D13)
F14=COUNTBLANK(A2:D13)
 
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sevas1994

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Sure, please. Many thanks for your time, in advance.

Formulas in B columnFormulas in D columnaanthe
thethe1book1=A2&IF(A2="", "", COUNTIF($A$2:A2, A2))=IF(B2="", "", COUNTA($B$2:B2))1libraryapplebookFormulas in L column
my=A3&IF(A3="", "", COUNTIF($A$2:A3, A3))2penunclelibrarian=counta(B2:B13)12
mine=A4&IF(A4="", "", COUNTIF($A$2:A4, A4))3#N/A#N/Aforest=count(D2:D13)7
your=A5&IF(A5="", "", COUNTIF($A$2:A5, A5))4#N/A#N/A#N/A=COUNTBLANK(D2:D13)5
aa1library55#N/A#N/A#N/A=countif(B2:B13, "*")12
aa2pen66#N/A#N/A#N/A=countif(D2:D13, "*")5
anan1apple77#N/A#N/A#N/A=rows(A2:D13)*columns(A2:D13)48
Germany8#N/A#N/A#N/A=counta(A2:D13)+countblank(A2:D13)58
England9#N/A#N/A#N/A
thethe2librarian1010#N/A#N/A#N/A
thethe3forest1111#N/A#N/A#N/A
anan2uncle12

<colgroup><col style="width: 60px"><col width="60"><col width="60"><col width="60"><col width="268"><col width="198"><col width="60"><col width="60"><col width="60"><col width="60"><col width="228"><col width="60"></colgroup><tbody>
</tbody>
 

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Formulas in B columnFormulas in C column aanthe
thethe1book1=A2&IF(A2=""; ""; COUNTIF($A$2:A2; A2))=IF(B2=""; ""; COUNTA($B$2:B2))1libraryapplebooktotal cells48=COLUMNS(A2:D13)*ROWS(A2:D13)
my =A3&IF(A3=""; ""; COUNTIF($A$2:A3; A3))=IF(B3=""; ""; COUNTA($B$2:B3))2penunclelibrariantotal cells58=COUNTA(A2:D13)+COUNTBLANK(A2:D13)
mine =A4&IF(A4=""; ""; COUNTIF($A$2:A4; A4))=IF(B4=""; ""; COUNTA($B$2:B4))3#N/A#N/AforestNon-text values12=COUNTIF(A2:D13; "<>*")
your =A5&IF(A5=""; ""; COUNTIF($A$2:A5; A5))4#N/A#N/A#N/ANon-blank values in formula12=COUNTA(B2:B13)
aa1library5=A6&IF(A6=""; ""; COUNTIF($A$2:A6; A6))5#N/A#N/A#N/ABlank cells in formula5=COUNTBLANK(B2:B13)
aa2pen6=A7&IF(A7=""; ""; COUNTIF($A$2:A7; A7))6#N/A#N/A#N/ANumeric values7=COUNT(A2:D13)
anan1apple7=A8&IF(A8=""; ""; COUNTIF($A$2:A8; A8))7#N/A#N/A#N/ANon-text values12{=SUM(IF(ISNONTEXT(A2:D13);1))}
Germany 8#N/A#N/A#N/AText values36{=SUM(IF(ISTEXT(A2:D13);1))}
England 9#N/A#N/A#N/AText values36=COUNTIF(A2:D13; "*")
thethe2librarian1010#N/A#N/A#N/AN/A value26=COUNTIF(H1:J12; "#N/A")
thethe3forest1111#N/A#N/A#N/A
anan2uncle12

<colgroup><col span="4"><col><col><col span="4"><col><col span="4"></colgroup><tbody>
</tbody>
 

sheetspread

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If you're trying to exclude "" and true blanks from your count:


Excel 2010
ABCDEF
2thethe1book1
3  my
4  mine
5  your
6aa1library5
7aa2pen6
8anan1apple7
9  Germany
10  England
11thethe2librarian10
12thethe3forest11
13anan2uncle1233
1415
Sheet16
Cell Formulas
RangeFormula
A3=""
A4=""
A5=""
A9=""
A10=""
B3=""
B4=""
B5=""
B9=""
B10=""
F13=SUMPRODUCT(--(LEN(A2:D13)<>0))
F14=SUMPRODUCT(--(LEN(A2:D13)=0))


is another way
 

Aladin Akyurek

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If you're trying to exclude "" and true blanks from your count:

[...]

F13=SUMPRODUCT(--(LEN(A2:D13)<>0))
F14=SUMPRODUCT(--(LEN(A2:D13)=0))

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is another way

=COUNTIFS(A2:D13,"?*")

=COUNTIFS(A2:D13,"")

would be tad faster in this type of text situations.
 
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