MS Excel count Range in single cell

rusa31

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Hello,

Im doing employee "Date On-Leave" data in excel. There are more than 10 employee that I have to key-in for every month.
so im planning to create a formula to make my work more effective and also to avoid human mistake. :)
I need help on the for formula that can give Total count of multiple range number in single cell.

Attached picture:-

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Info :-

1) Calculate Range in single cell
2) Every range number separated by comma ","
3) could be more than one comma ","

Note : Sorry. I cannot change the table design. My bos wanted this way. :)

Really appreciate for the help.

Thank you.
 

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