How to count/sum the cells greater than but less than a number?
There is a range of data in a worksheet as shown below, and now you want to count or sum the cells which are greater than a certain number but also less than another certain number in the range. Here, in Excel, COUNTIF and SUMIF formulas can help you.
Select Specific Cells (select cells/row/columns based on one ore two criteria.)
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Count the cells greater than a certain number but less than another certain number in a range. In this case, I count the cells greater than number 30 but less than number 50.
Please select a blank cell, for instance, the Cell C6, type this formula =COUNTIF(A1:C5,">30") - COUNTIF(A1:C5,">50") (the range A1: C5 indicates the range you want to count the cells which meet to the criteria, the number 30 and 50 stand the criteria, you can change them as you need), and press Enter button on the keyboard. See screenshot:
For summing the cells greater than a certain number but also less than another certain number in a range, the following formula can help you.
Please select a blank cell, for instance, the Cell C6, type this formula =SUMIF(A1:C5,">30")-SUMIF(A1:C5,">50") (the range A1: C5 indicates the range you want to sum the cells which meet to the criteria, the number 30 and 50 stand the criteria, you can change them as you need), and press Enter button on the keyboard. See screenshot:
With above formulas, you need to count and sum cells with different formulas, but with Kutools for Excel’s Select Specific Cells utility, you can select the cells which match to the criterion and then get the counting, summing, and average result at the Status bar
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After free installing Kutools for Excel, please do as below:
1. Select the data range, and click Kutools > Select > Select Specific Cells. See screenshot:
2. In the Select Specific Cells dialog,
(1) Check Cell option under Select type section,
(2) Then select Greater than in first drop down list and type the number criterion in the next to box, and select Less than from second drop down list and type the number into beside box,
(3) And check And option.
3. Click Ok. Now the cells greater than 20 but less than 40 are selected. You can view the results of counting, summing and average at the Status bar.
With Select Specific Cells, you can select cells, rows or columns based on cell value, click here to know more about it.
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