How to count blank or non-blank cells in filtered range in Excel?
In Excel, we usually count the number of visible cells in filtered range, but, have you ever tried to count only the blank or non-blank cells from a filtered list in a worksheet? This article, I will talk about some formulas to solve this task in Excel.
To count only the blank cells in a filtered range, the following formula may help you, please do as this:
Enter this formula: =SUBTOTAL(3,A2:A20)-SUBTOTAL(3,B2:B20) into a blank cell where you want to get the result, and then press Enter key, you will get the number of blank cells in the filtered list, see screenshot:
Note: In the above formula, B2:B20 is the column that you want to count blank cells, A2:A20 is a helper column which always filled with cell content and not contains any blank cells. Please change them to your need.
If you need to count the number of non-blank cells in the filtered list, please apply the following formula:
Please enter this formula: =SUBTOTAL(102,B2:B20) into a blank cell, then press Enter key, the number of non-blank cells in the filtered list has been displayed at once, see screenshot:
Note: In the above formula, B2:B20 is the column that you want to count the non-blank cells from.
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