i'm trying to count a range of cells in a column. it seems basic but i can't quite figure out the code. i just want to count the nonblank cells, not the data in them. could i use something like =if a1 = 1 and a10 = 10, counta a1:a10 to count all the cells from a1 to a10?

I am trying to Count (or counta?) cells in one column if they have data but only if within a date range in another column.

So, in the example below, I would want to count how many cells in column E have data in them, but only if the date in column A falls between Jan 1 2014 and Jan 5 2014. (In this case, result should be 4).

I have a formula that counts if a date range is present. However I need to change it to count another column only if that date range is present. For example a17 a50000 the user will enter the date of the order. and in column B has the order number. I want the formula to count the order numbers for a data range in column A. Here is what I have but it is counting the dates in col A not the order numbers in B?

I think I am working all around this in Excel 2003 and feel like I am in the neighborhood, but can't seem to quite get there. On sheet1 I have 2 columns of 100s of rows. All of the cells in column A will be filled in with a date as time goes by (1-May-09 for example). Several of them may be 1-May-09 as a matter of fact. In column B, some of the cells will have a number in them and some of them will be empty. On sheet2, I want to construct a formula that returns a count of cells in column B that have a number in them based on a specific date in column A. For example:

If I could get the formula right, it would return an answer of 1 for 1-May in the example, because only 1 of the 1-May entries in column A has a number in the adjacent cell in column B. A formula for 2-May would return an answer of 2 since only 2 of the 2-May entries in column A have numbers in the adjacent cell in column B, and so on for the month. If I understand things right, there are too many arguments for COUNTIF. It seems that SUMPRODUCT should work, but I can't make it so.

I'm trying to develop a new daily timesheet for my production workers, where non-production items are recorded in 15 minute intervals. The user would put in "Clock in" by the corresponding time, and the same for "Clock out" at the end of the day. Any non-production items will be type in next to their appropriate time. Since clock in and clock out times will vary, I need to set up a formula that searches the array of cells for the day, finds the "Clock in" and "Clock out" values, and counts any blank cells in between them. Basically the blank cells will equal production time, and the result of the Count function will be multiplied by 0.25 to get the hours.

I am having a very difficult time finding a way to set the "Clock in" and "Clock out" cells as the range for the Count function, because it won't always be the same cells. What would be the best way to automatically have excel find the cells containing these values and set them as the range criteria for a Count function?

The formula at the bottom was one of my initial attempts, but it didn't work. I took out the '=' for the screenshot, so that wasn't the problem.

I'm trying to create a quick macro that tells me the number of active rows in a spreadsheet with just one column, and then copies the value of that variable and places it into an excel spreadsheet. For Counting the rows in Column A, I have:

Sub countRows() Dim RowCount As Integer RowCount = Range("A1", Range("A1").End(xlDown)).Rows.Count End Sub

How could I get the value of RowCount to be entered into the excel spreadsheet, say, in cell D5?

I receive spreadsheets which tell me where samples are located in 96 well plates. The plates' rows are lettered A-H, and the columns are numbered 1-12. So, for example, the first well is labeled A1, the 12th is A12, the 13th is B1, and the 96th is labeled H12.

When I receive the spreadsheets, there are cells that tell me which wells are occupied. For example a cell will contain "A2 - B7" or "D3-F12" (sometimes with the spaces before and after the "-", and sometimes not." I need a program that will tell me that "A2-B7" (or "A2 - B7") means there are 18 wells occupied.

I've tried a few things, but a lot of problems arise when I try to do anything with names like "A1" because excel already defines "A1" as cell A1. Do you guys have any ideas? Am I being clear?

I have a gradebook that contains 3 assignments. For each assignment, a student could choose between one of three options (A, B, or C). Some students completed multiple option.

1A 1B 1C 2A 2B 2C

John 6 3 2 4 6

Mary 2 2 3

Sue 4

I need to count how many assignments were done, not how many options they completed. So in the example above:

John complete 2 assignments. Mary completed 2 assignments. Sue completed 1 assignment.

What is the correct formula that will look at a range of cells, and if a student completed at least one option, return a count of 1?

This formula counts how many dates in the range match the month in cell (Q3). How do I get this formula to to not count empty cells. I keep getting $VALUE! as my answer when I include all the cells in the range.

This is the formula: =SUMPRODUCT(--(P20:P976-DAY(P20:P976)+1=DATE(YEAR(Q3),MONTH(Q3),1)))

This is the formula in the cells of the range that is being used above: =IF(D26="","",IF(F26"",F26,IF(I26"",I26,IF($Q$3"",$Q$3))))

I needed this formula to leave the cell blank if all the data cells were blank that's why I have =IF(D26="","", at the begining.

I am trying to total the number of cells in a column that are 0 or greater but less than 365. I use countif for for a specific digit but cannot compute a conditional range using it. I need to count the number of positive digits btwn 0 and 365. The column is a computation of the difference btwn today and past and future dates. A plus digit means we missed sevice and better be ready for an angry customer.

I am creating a chart and want to get a count of only the blank cells in Column D only if there is information contained in Column A (same row). I am using Excel 2003.

I am trying to count the amount of cells in a column (Col H) containing data against a certain date which is displayed in another column (Col B)

Eg. Col B................-...........Col H 13/06/09.................FIRST LAST 13/06/09................. 13/06/09.................FIRST LAST 20/06/09.................FIRST LAST 20/06/09.................

So that in the sheet next to it it would appear:

13/06/09 - 2 20/06/09 - 1

The dates don't appear in row order and the sheet has a filter on it so I am unable to select the Col H and just use COUNTA

i need vba to automate counting the number of nonblank cells in a colum.

i may be in a diffrent colum each time i run this so i need it to be dynamic in that sense i need to store the result as a variable once i have the result.

i have a feeling the best way to do this would be to calculate it in the bottom most cell.

but i am unsure how to make (C:C) dynamic =65536-(COUNTBLANK(C:C))

I am having a problem putting a range select statement in my macro. Here is what I'm trying to do. I want to select E1, then count down 10 cells below and copy. My sheet is filtered, so those rows are not continues. When I do the record a macro it highlights the rows and it looks like this (e10:e506, but it's only 10 items). I only want it to count down 10 cells and copy. Is there a statement for this.

how to make a formula using a column label to count all cells that fall in a given date range. Example, in the attached sheet I would like to make a formula using the column heading "Dismantled" to count all cells that contain dates ranging from 10/13/08 through 10/19/08 inclusively.

I have a function which copy pastes data into a sheet based on a filter criteria. It is also pasted in a specific layout(shown below) starting from Cell A1 in the top left corner. Therefore the destination sheet could have a different number of rows with values each time.

What I would like to do is count the sum of 'Values' in the destination sheet, and add a total below it.

For example, the [=TOTAL] cell is where I want the total to appear. Below the answer would be 26. But say if Peter wasnt in the record, the formula should still work in identifying the Total as 20.

Title: Sheridan Owner Petrov G

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Is there a way I can achieve the desired result? I figured I had to somehow count from the first record by Peter, to the last one, whichever that may be.