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How do I total counts on multiple tabs in a workbook in Excel 2010?

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Hi,

I have a workbook with 60+ tabs.  Each tab has been subtotaled to Count account numbers in column A.  In a master tab, I would like to total all the counts into one cell.  Is there a formula that can do this without using Consolidate and creating 60+ ranges?  The counts in the various sheets can range from 1 to several thousand so the Grand Counts are in different rows.  

I've tried Sumif using tab 2:tab 60 but that didn't work.  

Suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you,
Pat
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by:Glenn Ray
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(I'm mobile now, so this is a preliminary guess.)

If column A contains only
- a header label (ex., "account")
- account names
- a count function at the bottom that shows the number of accounts.

then a 3D function should work with some adjustment:
=COUNTA('Tab1:Tab60'!A:A)-(2*COUNTBLANK('Tab1:Tab60'!A100000))

Let me know if that works.
-Glenn
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Pat,

You could redo the counts on the same row of all books, below the last possible row of accounts,  and then sum the totals, e.g. my small example
=COUNTA(A1:A19)-1   this in Row 20 of all books. (-1 to exclude existing total) Just group the sheets before entering to add to all.
And then this in your top sheet: =SUM(Sheet2:Sheet3!A20).

You cannot use 3D referencing with Sumif.

John
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by:FFNStaff
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John, Glenn,

After sending this I realized the count wasn't giving me a count of unique account numbers, which is what I need.  So I used a frequency formula that I found and pasted into all the sheets and totaled it as John suggested.  Thank you both for responding so quickly!
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by:Glenn Ray
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My solution is not correct. :-(  

I *hoped* that the COUNTBLANK function could use 3D referencing to produce the number of sheets in a 3D range.  But it, nor COUNTIF, will produce the a valid result (error).

It is possible to produce the number of sheets with an array formula:
=SUM(N(NOT(ISERROR(N(INDIRECT("Tab1"&ROW($B$1:$B$70)&"!$AA$1"))))))

and
=COUNTA('Tab1:Tab60'!A:A)-(2*arrayresult)

but that's a lot of work.   If you *knew* the number of sheets, you could just plug that in.

I think johnb25 should get all the points here.

-Glenn
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Thanks Glenn
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Glenn, I've reassigned the points based on your feedback.  Thank you for response.  Pat
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