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# How to count number of rows in an excelsheet

Posted on 2016-09-05
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Hello,
How to count number of rows filled with data in an excelsheet?
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check this out:

Find last row, column or last cell
http://www.rondebruin.nl/win/s9/win005.htm
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Ryan Chong,
Thanks ,how do i get it by excel formula in the excel worksheet?
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>>how do i get it by excel formula in the excel worksheet?
sorry, i could be missunderstood your question.

to do it in excel, just use COUNTA function, like:
``````=COUNTA(A1:A1000)
``````
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=COUNTA(A1:A1000)
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=COUNTA(A1:A1000)
just make it as an Excel formula...
28967719.xlsx
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Brilliant mate!!Cheers!
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