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Posted on 2012-04-11
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I want to do a countif that will count all cell in the range C2:C26 that have anything in them. Any idea how to do this? I though it was "*" but that is only for an astrick.
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=COUNTIF(C2:C6,"<>")
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You can use =COUNTA(C2:C26), and you will get the number of cells that are not empty.
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If you want to count all cells with anything in them, you do not need countif. Just use =COUNT(C2:C26)
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