At 12:59 26/06/2022 +0200, Harvey Nimmo wrote:
As I said, I wanted to count the number of non-blank cells in a
column, but as =COUNTA(A$2:A$10000, ISBLANK=0) is above an otherwise
empty column returns the value 1, I am obviously not using the
Indeed: as explained.
=COUNTA(A$2:A$10000) does the trick.
Actually, not so. That formula counts the number of non-*empty* cells
in the specified range. What I (and probably others) thought you were
looking for was what you said: a count of non-*blank* cells. If you
have, say, text in some cells in the range but some cells not empty
but containing a blank or blanks, then COUNTA() will reckon up the
blank cells as well, and you need a different formula (as suggested)
to ignore those along with any empty cells.
But I'm glad you are happy with what you have, of course.
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