How to count cells containing numbers or not in Excel?
If there are a range of cells, some are containing numbers, and the other containing text, how can you count the cells containing numbers or not quickly in Excel?
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Here are some formulas can count cells containing numbers or not.
Select a blank cell and type this formula =COUNT(A1:B7) (A1:B7 is the cell range you want to count cells containing numbers), and press Enter key to get the correct result. See screenshots:
Tip: If you want to count all cells not containing number, you can use this formula =SUMPRODUCT(--NOT(ISNUMBER(A1:B7))), which will return the total number of cells with text and blank cells; for only counting the cells with text, please apply this formula =COUNTA(A1:B7)-COUNT(A1:B7).
To sum the numbers in a range may be easy for most Excel users, but have you ever confused with the problem that sum all numbers in a single cell? In other words, if a cell contains number 1234, you need to sum the number “1+2+3+4”, and get “10”. Here with Kutools for Excel’s Formulas group, there is one formula can help you.
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After free installing Kutools for Excel, please do as below:
1. Select a blank cell where you will place the result, and then click Kutools > Formulas > Sum numbers in a cell. See screenshot:
2. In the Formula Helper dialog, select the cell you want to sum the numbers to the Cell box. See screenshot:
3. Click Ok, and then drag the cell autofill handle over the cells you want to apply this formula, now all the numbers in the relative cell have been summed.
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