How to count all cells with value/data in a range in Excel?
Sometimes you may type data into cells randomly in a range in Excel, and you want to count the total number of cells with value/data. How to get it done easily? This article will introduce several methods for you:
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Actually we can get the number of all cells with value in selected range from the Status Bar directly.
Select the range where you will count the total number of cells with value or data, and the sum/average/count results about all cells with data will display in the Status Bar automatically. See screenshot:
We can apply the COUNTA formula to count the number of all cells with value or data in the specified range in Excel.
Select a blank cell you will put the counting result, enter the formula =COUNTA(A1:F16) (A1:F16 is the specified range where you will count the total number of cells with data) into it and press the Enter key.
And then you will get the total number of cells with value/data at once. See screenshot:
This method will introduce Kutools for Excel’s Select Nonblank Cells utility to count and select all cells with value/data from the specified range in Excel.
Select the range where you will count and select all cells with value/data, and click Kutools > Select > Select Nonblank Cells. See screenshot:
Then you will see all cells with value are selected, and a dialog box pops up to show how many cells with value there are in selected range. See screenshot:
Click the OK button to close this dialog box.