Count text values
Count the Unique values with one or two conditions.
are counting unique text values in a cell range.
Count the number of cells containing any value using the function COUNTA(), the English version COUNTA(). Assume that the range contains the number values in text format, error values, blank cells, the values of the Empty text "".
Function DCOUNT(), the English version of DCOUNTA(), calculates text values in the data table that satisfy the given conditions.
are counting unique non-recurring text values not in the list, but only in a user-defined range.
are counting Text values that have duplicates.
will Produce a count of all duplicate values in a list containing duplicates. The range can contain text values and numbers.
are counting distinct values in a list containing duplicates. The range can contain text values and numbers.
Letters may be in UPPER and lower case (UPPERCASE and lowercase). Text strings can consist entirely of lowercase or UPPERCASE letters, and letters are in Register (e.g., Title). Learn how to count values with case sensitive.
Count the number of cells containing text. Assume that the range contains both text and numbers and blank cells.
the Cell containing the value is Empty text (""), has a remarkable property: the cell looks empty. Unfortunately, the value is Empty, the text complicates the calculation of values.
will give the count of values that meet three criteria, which form the Conditions I. 2 for Example, in a table with a list of Fruits and their quantities in stock, will select rows where the column Fruit is Apples, and the balance in stock of at least 4 (boxes) and not more than 90.
To count values that meet a certain criteria, there is a simple and effective function COUNTIF(). If the only criterion, then its functionality is enough to count and string and numeric values. And the ability to use wildcards *, ? for searching text values, make COUNTIF() a powerful search tool.
are counting all repetitions in the lists of Numeric and Text values.
are counting the table rows that meet three criteria, which form the Condition OR the Condition I. for Example, in a table with a list of Fruits and their quantities in stock, will select rows where column is Fruit Peaches OR Apples, and with the balance in stock of at least 10 (boxes).
are counting the rows of a table whose values satisfy the two criteria that form OR Condition. For example, in a table with a list of Fruits and their quantities in stock, will select rows where the column Fruits is Peaches OR row of the residue of stock not less than 57 (boxes). Ie Party Peaches are selected anyway, and they added party any fruit with balance of stock not less than 57 (bins).
are counting the rows that match two criteria, which form the Condition I.