Count The Number Of Cells With A Particular Colour AND SPECIFIC Text?

Jan 15, 2014

I have a spreadsheet where i would like to 'count' the number of cells with a particular colour AND SPECIFIC text (not 'any text').

I attach a xls with the initials of the person in column A, their colour as seen in cells in next four columns with the particular text in each cell. Therefore, for 'ABC1', in the given range, I would like to count how many cells have been allocated with the particular colour (brown, do not know colour index) and the particular text (1 or 2 or 4 or 5) in the range A1:CK39. Haven't supplied the actual sheet for confidentiality reasons.

CELLS AA5:AA64 will have either EF, CS, SBS and/or, RP. Cell AA16 could be "EF / CS / SBS" and AA20 could be CS. I want Cell AA65 to count show how many CS's have been entered in that range. How would I do this.

in excel how do I count cells that begin with specific text. Ex: in a column with 100 entries, I want to count the number of cells that have the letters "app" from the word approved as the first three characters in the cell

I have a spreadsheet that contains given answers to a multiple choice test. I want to count the number of times each possible answer has been chosen at the bottom of the column. I have tried to use COUNTIF and that works fine to give me the number times each answer has been chosen but there is just one annoying thing. If the given answer hasn't been chosed by anyone, a "0" is automatically entered into the cell. This tends to really clutter up the spreadsheet and I would prefer for the cell to be left blank if the answer hasn't been chosen by anyone.

The closest I can come up with is: {=IF(D1:D10="","",COUNTIF(D1:D10,"A"))} but unless the answer "A" is chosed in D1, the cell remains blank.

If "A" is chosed in D1, then the formula works and counts all the rest of the cells that have "A" as an answer.

I have a spreadsheet that lists all the work done by employees within a specific area. Some employees cover multiple areas.

I am now needing to work out the average work completed by each area. I need a formula that will count the number of employees by each work area.

I know this is something I have done before, but my mind has gone blank and I can't for the life of me work it out again (it's one of those days).

Row 3 of the spreadsheet contains the codes for the work areas they cover (CM, V & TC) and some employees only cover one (which would be a simple CountIf) but some have multiple.

What is the formula to, for example, count the number of people who have CM in row 3 even if they also have other entries in that cell.

I have a spreadsheet which is linked to several other worksheets. I have managed to include formulas to count how many cells have numbers between 101 and 5000 by using this formula -

=sum((h2:h500>=101)*(h2:h500<=5000))

but now I want to count the number of cells in another worksheet that are equal to or less than zero. When I use the same formula as above it counts all the blank cells. I have tried using a countblank formula and then deducting this from the result, but unless the other worksheet is open the countblank formula does not work.

I now want to count the number of times that (F) occurs in red text within the listed range, the difference being that (F) is always only the last three digits in the cell eg ABC (F)

I have tried this formula =PERSONAL.XLS!CountByColorText($G$4:$R$211,3,TRUE,"*(F)*")and get 0, which is incorrect

I want to count the number of cells in a range that have text in them (any text at all) but not count them if they have numbers in them or are blank. How would this formula be written?

i want to take the count for different colour cells in the excel. ex, if green colour in any particular cell, it has to take only green colour count & same like yellow & so on...

Below I have an example from A1 to V1 which have 3 conditional formatting conditional format 1. if value is 0 then colour red and font white conditional format 2. if value is from 1 to 10 then colour blue and font white conditional format 3. if values 11 to 25 colour green, font black

spread sheet that I need to do for work. Unfortunately I do not have excel on my home computer to be able to attach a spread sheet

The spreadsheet has one column (A) with a list of questions. The column next to this (B) has either a red or yellow cell in each row (a red cell would be a high risk to the business if the answer to the question in that row was no, and a yellow cell indicates a moderate risk to the business in the answer to the question in the row was no).

The third column (C) is conditionally formatted so if a 'y' was placed in any of the cells they would turn green. If 'n' is placed in any of the cells the cell would change to either red or yellow (this would depend on what the colour was in column B).

I need to know a formula to count cells by colour. So the number of red, yellow and green cells in column C would be counted automatically into a totals box for each colour at the bottom of the spreadsheet. I have tried some online suggestions but couldn't get these to work for cells that had been conditionally formatted. I'm not the most experienced person with spreadsheets (this time last week I couldn't add two cells together)

The final thing I need from the spreadsheet (and I'm not even sure if this is possible) is for a total box to be colour co-ordinated based on the number of red, yellow and green cells in column C. I would need the total box to be green if all column c is green, yellow if three or less cells in column C are yellow and red if any of the cells in column C are red or there are more than 3 yellow cells in column C.

I have a spreadsheet where I can change the colour of a cell by clicking the mouse, I also have text in many of the cells.

What I need to do is protect (lock) the text so that no one can change the text in any of the cells, but I still want to be able to change the colour of the cells by clicking the mouse in that cell.

I have a spreadsheet which has a column that contains route numbers (for collection of goods). Some addresses have 2 or 3 route numbers within the same cell i.e.

3 3 20 3 20 15

I would like to know the formula for counting the number of cells that contain each route number i.e. from above 3 = 3, 20 = 2, 15 = 1

I have a spreadsheet where I am adding up figures in columns.

I need to differentiate between 4 different "types" of cells to sum. Cells with figures in them are either green, red or have no fill; and some cells contain no figures at all.

At the bottom of the column, I need to total up all the figures in red cells, as well as all the figures in green cells.

The shading of these cells is not permanent - colours are changed as work progresses, so I need the totals to keep up with this.

If it cannot be done based on cell fill colour, is there any other way to do it, other than the usual long-winded way of @sum(..... etc

I'm trying to create an excel spreadsheet to manage personnel and various ongoing projects, what I'm trying to do is create a custom box with a selection of options (5) that will automaticaly fill a selected range of cells with a colour and 'merged' text that was selected from the custom box.

I have attached an excel sheet and I want to count and report frequencies the amount of X that are occurring from the 'CSR1' book in a table in the 'Frequency' book.

The CSR1 book has 4 sections and I need to formula to adjust the total percentage accordingly if only 1, 2, 3 or 4 sections have been populated with data.

I need to count the number of equal cells in col D beginning at the top of the column. The counted cells must begin with a text prefix of "Category:" without the quotes.

Some but not all of the cells in col D begin with a prefix of "Category:" without the quotes, followed by a word or words following the word "Category:" See examples below. All of the terms prefixed with "Category:" in col D are in alphabetical order. I need to count the number of identical cells in col D with the "Category:" prefix.

Examples of the contents of cells in col D with the "Category:" prefix are as follows:

Cells above and below cells with a prefix of "Category:" in col D are not adjacent.Cells above and below cells with a prefix of "Category:" in col D are separated by 3 to an undermined number of rows.

I need to count the number of equal cells in col D and insert the count in col A at the last equal term. For example, col A above would have 93, 1, 1, 5, 10, 8, 3, and 12 inserted into col A.

I want to count the number of rows in a specific column up to an empty cell and assign this value to a cell. I don't want to count the total number of rows but instead I want the number of the first group of rows.

For example, column A may have cells ranging from row 2 to 10 and then from row 12 to 20, so I only want to count the first group.

The below code counts the total which is not what i need.

Code: Sub test() Dim Mycount As Single Mycount = Application.Count(Range("A:A")) Cells(1, 4) = Mycount End Sub

How to colour cells depending on text in other cells, for example,

I would like cells D26:AA26 to turn light red if the letters 'FSM' are in cell 'E26' even if other text appears in it, eg 'SA+/FSM' I have been playing about with conditional formatting but can seem to solve the mixed text issue?

I am trying to find a formula that will count the number of unique entries there. I have tried the solutions posted on various websites to no avail (most recently:

More specifically, i want to count how many times a dozen lates to come.

The range from 1-12 is 1st dozen, from 13-24 is the 2nd and 25-36 is the 3rd.

I want to count among these numbers, how many times one of three dozens appear every 1 time, how many times appears every 2 times, .... until 20 times.

For example: I have put in a column 500 numbers from 0 to 36.

The output must be like this:

1st Dozen: Every 1 time: x Every 2 times: n Every 20 times: m

How to be able to count cells with a specific color (green) and a specific value (8210) for example the sum of the info I am needing below should be 2 even though there are technically 3 - 8210 cells.