Select a blank cell you will place the counting result into, type the formula =SUBTOTAL(102,C2:C22) (C2:C22 is the range where you want to count ignoring manually hidden cells and rows) into it, and press the Enter key.
How do I count only visible cells in Excel?
After you filter the rows in a list, you can use functions to count only the visible rows.
- For a simple count of visible numbers or all visible data, use the SUBTOTAL function.
- To count visible data, and ignore errors, use the AGGREGATE function.
- To count specific items in a filtered List, use a SUMPRODUCT formula.
The normally SUM/Count/Average function will count all cells in the specified range on matter cells are hidden/filtered or not. While the Subtotal function can only sum/count/average with ignoring hidden rows.
How do I automatically count rows in Excel?
Use the ROW function to number rows
- In the first cell of the range that you want to number, type =ROW(A1). The ROW function returns the number of the row that you reference. For example, =ROW(A1) returns the number 1.
- Drag the fill handle. across the range that you want to fill.
In a blank cell, C13 for example, enter this formula: =Subtotal(109,C2:C12) (109 indicates when you sum the numbers, the hidden values will be ignored; C2:C12 is the range you will sum ignoring filtered rows.), and press the Enter key.
How do you use the count function?
Use the COUNT function to get the number of entries in a number field that is in a range or array of numbers. For example, you can enter the following formula to count the numbers in the range A1:A20: =COUNT(A1:A20). In this example, if five of the cells in the range contain numbers, the result is 5.
What is the difference between count () and Counta ()?
There are two very similar functions in Excel: COUNT() and COUNTA(). The difference between them is that COUNT only counts cells containing numbers but COUNTA counts all cells that aren’t empty. Think of it as “Count Anything”.