In this article I will explain the count function. The COUNT() function returns the number of cells in a range which have numeric values in them. You can download the workbook for this article here.
=COUNT(Range1, Range2, ....)
Where Range1, Range2, … are the ranges which the count function searches for numeric values in them
Example 1, Get Row Count:
In this example I will use the COUNT() function to get the number of rows with numeric values in them:
If we choose to add extra rows to column A, the value in cell B2 would update automatically:
Example 2, Get Column Count:
In this example I will use the COUNT() function to get the number of columns with numeric values in them:
By adding columns to row 1, cell B2 would update automatically.
Related article: Click here for a guide on COUNTIF().
And here’s more information on counting rows and empty rows using VBA.
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