Hi Guys,

Could you please be so kind as to provide me with some code that can count the number of non-blank cells in a selected column.

Thanks for your help.

Michael.

Could you please be so kind as to provide me with some code that can count the number of non-blank cells in a selected column.

Thanks for your help.

Michael.

- Function to count non-contiguous cells in a column and sums the cells
- Auto Filter - how to collapse "non-blank" cells in a column?
- COUNT only up to the first blank cell in a column
- Get value of last non blank cell in a column on different worksheet
- Finding last non-blank cell in a column
- Macro to find first blank cell in a column cut the value from left adjacent column
- Counting the Non-blank cells in a Column
- How to Get the Average of First 5 Non-Blank Cells in a Column?
- HOW DO I COPY THE LAST NON BLANK CELL IN A COLUMN
- Selecting blank cells in a column
- Finding the last non bank cell in a column
- I need data to copy to the next available cell in a column from a macro
- Count non-blank cells in range w/VB
- VBA code to count non blank cells in a range
- Count non blank cells which meet criteria in another column
- Counting non-blank cells in a row
- Count number of non-blank cells in a range
- Count non blank cells which meet criteria in another column
- Post formula results of cell to the next blank cell in a different row
- Find Row Number of Last Non-blank entry in a Column
- Counting non blank cell when blank cells have embedded formulas
- Maximum Number of Blank Cells between Non Blank Cells in a Range
- Search for specific text within last non blank cell in a range
- Finding the bottom non-blank cell in a range

I am trying to write a function for a cell that counts non-contiguous cells in a column and then sums them together. The issue is this cell will be copied to multiple worksheets and will have to re-count all the cells when it is copied.

This is my first time writing a function.

Thanks in advance

was able to select "non-blanks" from the pull down menu which would cause all

cells with no values or text within the same column to be hidden. In Excel

2007, the "non-blanks" option has been removed. How does one collapse all the

non-blank cells within a column using the filter in Excel 2007?

Example:

1 AAA

2 BBB

3 CCC

4 DDD

5 AAA

6 CCC

7 AAA

8 BBB

9 DDD

10 AAA

11 CCC

12 AAA

13 DDD

14 DDD

Enter the following formula in cell B1: =OFFSET(A1,COUNTA(A:A)-1,0)

The result: DDD

last non-blank cell in a column. The column is a list of dates.

Any help is much appreciated.

Bob Weeden

Thanks

How do I write the VB statement to have the CountA function count the non-blank cells in the Column?

Range("A22").Select

ActiveCell = "=COUNTA(???:???)"

Or is there another way to do it with VB?

Thanks for any help you can give me.

An example of my data set looks like this

colA B C D E F G

year (annual tree ring width....each column is an individual tree)

1780 0 0 0 1 0 0

1781 0 2 0 1 2 0

1782 3 4 0 5 3 4

1783 3 1 2 4 2 4

1784 3 3 3 3 3 3

1785 3 4 3 1 2 1

1786 5 2 1 3 2 1

etc..etc..etc

What I am trying to do is get the average of the first 5 non-blank data values in each column.

However, some columns have blank cells (0) before the actual data values start. How can I get an average of the first 5 non blank cells in each column?

(I want to know the average tree ring width over the first 5 years of growth for each tree)

Thanks for any help...have looked all over for this answer! I have at least 800 columns of data and def could use a short cut!

running total column that appears on a number of worksheets to a summary

worksheet in the same workbook. Any suggestions?

I need to select the blank cells in a column to place a formula in them. The sheet is protected so I cannot use specialcells. Can anybody suggest another way to acheive this without using a loop.

Hopefully a simple question - how do you find the last non blank cell in

a column ? The trick is that the column may contain blank cells along

the way before reaching the last non blank cell.

TIA

Andrew Bourke

I've got a macro that will find solutions to a math problem. The same

macro runs several for/next loops searching for numbers that match

criteria for solutions. Most of these loops find multiple solutions.

How do I make the numbers go to the next blank cell in a column?

Say for example the macro finds 25 and 40 are solutions. In the macro,

the solution is temporarily held as variable x. I need 25 to be in

say, A1 and 40 to be in A2, etc...

I have 12 cells in a row range that are being written into the spreadsheet using another code.

The activecell is set as a cell in column B

The 12 cells (labelled 'Deployments') are found in columns AL:AW and are being written using the codes

toHow do I create a countif code that is able to reference these values?

Can post a sample worksheet if it helps. Alternatively, the worksheet can be found under a previous thread

http://www.excelforum.com/excel-prog...d-working.html

Thanks

list of names (some cells may be blank) and the second column "F" contains

years (2001, 2002, etc.). I'd like to count non blank cells in "B" which

meet the criteria (2005) in the years "F" column.

I am trying to produce a formula to count the number of non-blank cells to the right of the cell with the formula in it. I want the formula to return a '1' if there are 3 or more non-blank cells or a '0' if there are less than 3.

At the moment my formula is (example in this case for row 3):

=IF((COUNT(NOT(ISBLANK(B3:Z3))))>=3,1,0)

This is not working though and I don't know why. On rows where I have 3 or more non-blank cells it is still returning a '0' everytime.

Can anyone help??

Thanks,

Chris

I want to count the number of non-blank cells in a range from A to Z along a given row.

Then once the loop is done i want it to tell me the row which had the most non-empty cells but its not working.

list of names (some cells may be blank) and the second column "F" contains

years (2001, 2002, etc.). I'd like to count non blank cells in "B" which

meet the criteria (2005) in the years "F" column.

VB:Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range) If Target.Address "$S$3" Then Exit Sub Application.EnableEvents = False Range("P65536").End(xlUp).Offset(1, 0).Value = Target.Value Application.EnableEvents = True End SubIf you like these VB formatting tags please consider sponsoring the author in support of injured Royal Marines

If the address of this row is found, then that could also be useful. I believe there are some simple Excel functions to do this, maybe involving the X1Up feature. I've searched the threads and haven't found a clear answer this.

Below is code that I custom wrote, but its long and tiresome to use.

VB:'Knowing this last row is useful for telling later 'looping operations which row to stop on. 'The logic of this sub is that it will look down a column 'that you specify till it finds the first blank cell entry Dim axyz As String 'just a variable to hold the value of what's in the cell Dim nthRow As Long 'a counting variable for Rows could get up to 65536 Dim FirstRowofData As Long 'could be up to row # 65536 Dim LastRowofData As Long 'could be up to row # 65536 Dim ColumntoCheck As Integer 'will always be less than 256 and a whole number Dim NumberofDataRows As Long 'coudl be up to 65536 axyz = "something" ' axyz can't be empty in memory when starting because ' the Do Loop is looking for the first time it is empty below FirstRowofData = 4 ' user tells macro row where data begins on ' say if = 4, the first three rows where titles, words, etc. ColumntoCheck = 2 ' user tells it which column to look at to determine length nthRow = FirstRowofData ' just passing value from above, just makes code clearer below 'DO LOOP 'Until axyz is empty, it will keep checking down the column 'Its necessary to tell the loop to increment by one since 'a Do-Loop won't increment by itself like a For-To-Next loop Do Until axyz = "" axyz = Columns(ColumntoCheck).Rows(nthRow).Value nthRow = nthRow + 1 Loop LastRowofData = nthRow - 2 ' Above is a numeric correction based on the logic of this loop ' The loop was = 1 before it started counting, then ' when it reached one past the end of filled rows ' it was actually at + 2 so the - 2 corrects for this. NumberofDataRows = LastRowofData - FirstRowofData MsgBox "Column = " & ColumntoCheck & Chr(10) _ & "Data starts on row = " & FirstRowofData & Chr(10) _ & "Data ends on row = " & LastRowofData & Chr(10) _ & "Number of Data Rows = " & NumberofDataRows, vbOKOnly, "OUTPUT"If you like these VB formatting tags please consider sponsoring the author in support of injured Royal Marines

I am trying to count the number of non-blank cells in a column. However, all the "blank cells" have embedded formulas.

I have tried:

=COUNTA(XX:XX)

=COUNTIF(XX:XX,"")

=COUNTIF(XX:XX,"""&")

Any suggestions?

Thanks

Cells in a Range.

e.g.

Range A1:a13

a1 - 2

a3 - blank

a4 - blank

a5 - 24

a6 - blank

a7 - 7

a8 - 51

a9 - blank

a10 - blank

a11 blank

a12 - blank

a13 - 6

The answer is 4. Cells a9 to a12.

Any help appreciated.

Thanks,

Mal

In MS Excel 2007, I'm trying to use a function to search for (and display) a

specific text string that resides within a cell, providing that it is the

last non blank cell in a range of cells across a row.

e.g. If searching row 2:2 (or a section of this row) for the last non blank

cell, I want to then search within that last cell to locate the word "pass",

where the same cell may also contain any combination of text/number values.

If "pass" exists within the cell, I want to return a the same text value of

"pass". Note that â€śpassâ€ť may exist across various cells in the range.

-- I've managed to successfully return the entire contents that reside

within the last non-blank cell (with the following formula):

=IF(ISNA(LOOKUP(2,1/('QA Results'!$D2:$CY2""),'QA

Results'!$D2:$CY2)),"",LOOKUP(2,1/('QA Results'!$D2:$CY2""),'QA

Results'!$D2:$CY2))

-- I've also achieved similar results when searching the cell range for the

last known cell that successfully contains the text â€śpassâ€ť (this is not

necessarily the last non blank cell in the range). Again the entire cell

content is returned.

=IF(OR(ISNA('QA Results'!D2:CY2),ISERROR(LOOKUP(2,1/SEARCH("Pass",'QA

Results'!D2:CY2),'QA Results'!$D$2:$CY$2))),"",LOOKUP(2,1/SEARCH("Pass",'QA

Results'!D2:CY2),'QA Results'!$D$2:$CY$2))

Any assistance would be appreciated.

I want a formula to use the bottom non-blank cell in a range. How can this be achieved?

No luck finding an answer? You could always try Google.