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How can I count items in a filtered list?
Thanks.. You made my day!!!
Antonella "T. Valko" wrote: Is a data validation drop down list. Try this: =SUMPRODUCT((A1:A100="Netherlands"),(B1:B10="July")) Better to use cells to hold the criteria. D1 = Netherlands E1 = July =SUMPRODUCT((A1:A100=D1),(B1:B100=E1))  Biff Microsoft Excel MVP "Antonella" wrote in message ... Is a data validation drop down list. Can be the reason why does not work? "T. Valko" wrote: In both columns data must be chosen from a drop down menu Is that a data validation drop down list (or maybe a combo box) or is it an Auto Filter drop down?  Biff Microsoft Excel MVP "Antonella" wrote in message ... Hi, I'm hoping that someone can help me.. I am trying to count how many export has been done for each Region for July, how many for August and so on. I'll try to make myself a bit clear. For example: My first column (A1:A100) contains 10 different Regions (Netherlands, Italy, Spain etc). The second column (B1:B100) contains months ( July, August, September, October etc). I would like to know if there is formula to count how many times Netherlands July appears in those 2 columns. In both columns data must be chosen from a drop down menu.. Hope I made myself clear.. Can this be done ? Thanks Antonella "T. Valko" wrote: This will "COUNTIF" B2:B100 = "A" in a filtered list: =SUMPRODUCT(SUBTOTAL(3,OFFSET(B2:B100,ROW(B2:B100)ROW(B2),0,1)),(B2:B100="A"))  Biff Microsoft Excel MVP "tommy" wrote in message news do anybody know, how to use "countif" with filtered lists? the function subtotal does not allow conditions (e.g. "name") the function countif does it, but it count hidden cells, too thank you for your ideas "N Harkawat" wrote: =subtotal(2,a1:a1000) "Counting filtered data." <Counting filtered wrote in message ... I have an excel spread sheet table that I filter. I would like to be able to count the number of cells in the filtered data. Anyone know how to do this? CountA returns the number of cells in the unfiltered data. Tom 
#12




How can I count items in a filtered list?
You're welcome. Thanks for the feedback!
 Biff Microsoft Excel MVP "Antonella" wrote in message ... Thanks.. You made my day!!! Antonella "T. Valko" wrote: Is a data validation drop down list. Try this: =SUMPRODUCT((A1:A100="Netherlands"),(B1:B10="July")) Better to use cells to hold the criteria. D1 = Netherlands E1 = July =SUMPRODUCT((A1:A100=D1),(B1:B100=E1))  Biff Microsoft Excel MVP "Antonella" wrote in message ... Is a data validation drop down list. Can be the reason why does not work? "T. Valko" wrote: In both columns data must be chosen from a drop down menu Is that a data validation drop down list (or maybe a combo box) or is it an Auto Filter drop down?  Biff Microsoft Excel MVP "Antonella" wrote in message ... Hi, I'm hoping that someone can help me.. I am trying to count how many export has been done for each Region for July, how many for August and so on. I'll try to make myself a bit clear. For example: My first column (A1:A100) contains 10 different Regions (Netherlands, Italy, Spain etc). The second column (B1:B100) contains months ( July, August, September, October etc). I would like to know if there is formula to count how many times Netherlands July appears in those 2 columns. In both columns data must be chosen from a drop down menu.. Hope I made myself clear.. Can this be done ? Thanks Antonella "T. Valko" wrote: This will "COUNTIF" B2:B100 = "A" in a filtered list: =SUMPRODUCT(SUBTOTAL(3,OFFSET(B2:B100,ROW(B2:B100)ROW(B2),0,1)),(B2:B100="A"))  Biff Microsoft Excel MVP "tommy" wrote in message news do anybody know, how to use "countif" with filtered lists? the function subtotal does not allow conditions (e.g. "name") the function countif does it, but it count hidden cells, too thank you for your ideas "N Harkawat" wrote: =subtotal(2,a1:a1000) "Counting filtered data." <Counting filtered wrote in message ... I have an excel spread sheet table that I filter. I would like to be able to count the number of cells in the filtered data. Anyone know how to do this? CountA returns the number of cells in the unfiltered data. Tom 
#13




How can I count items in a filtered list?
biff: NEED SOME OF YOUR EXPERT HELP...
Need to add the number of unique numbers in a column.. for instance i might have unit number PU114 listed 10 times in a spreadsheet but its only 1 unit..how can i create a formula to do this for me? also, anyway to do this in a pivot table rather than a traditional count of lines? "T. Valko" wrote: This will "COUNTIF" B2:B100 = "A" in a filtered list: =SUMPRODUCT(SUBTOTAL(3,OFFSET(B2:B100,ROW(B2:B100)ROW(B2),0,1)),(B2:B100="A"))  Biff Microsoft Excel MVP "tommy" wrote in message news do anybody know, how to use "countif" with filtered lists? the function subtotal does not allow conditions (e.g. "name") the function countif does it, but it count hidden cells, too thank you for your ideas "N Harkawat" wrote: =subtotal(2,a1:a1000) "Counting filtered data." <Counting filtered wrote in message ... I have an excel spread sheet table that I filter. I would like to be able to count the number of cells in the filtered data. Anyone know how to do this? CountA returns the number of cells in the unfiltered data. Tom 
#14




How can I count items in a filtered list?
anyway to do this in a pivot table
See this: http://contextures.com/xlPivot07.html#Unique  Biff Microsoft Excel MVP "Golfer2100" wrote in message news biff: NEED SOME OF YOUR EXPERT HELP... Need to add the number of unique numbers in a column.. for instance i might have unit number PU114 listed 10 times in a spreadsheet but its only 1 unit..how can i create a formula to do this for me? also, anyway to do this in a pivot table rather than a traditional count of lines? "T. Valko" wrote: This will "COUNTIF" B2:B100 = "A" in a filtered list: =SUMPRODUCT(SUBTOTAL(3,OFFSET(B2:B100,ROW(B2:B100)ROW(B2),0,1)),(B2:B100="A"))  Biff Microsoft Excel MVP "tommy" wrote in message news do anybody know, how to use "countif" with filtered lists? the function subtotal does not allow conditions (e.g. "name") the function countif does it, but it count hidden cells, too thank you for your ideas "N Harkawat" wrote: =subtotal(2,a1:a1000) "Counting filtered data." <Counting filtered wrote in message ... I have an excel spread sheet table that I filter. I would like to be able to count the number of cells in the filtered data. Anyone know how to do this? CountA returns the number of cells in the unfiltered data. Tom 
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How can I count items in a filtered list?
This function almost works for except I want to use a wildcard for "A", I
want to use "CL*" cells that begin with "CL". How can I use the * wildcard in this function. Steven "T. Valko" wrote: This will "COUNTIF" B2:B100 = "A" in a filtered list: =SUMPRODUCT(SUBTOTAL(3,OFFSET(B2:B100,ROW(B2:B100)ROW(B2),0,1)),(B2:B100="A"))  Biff Microsoft Excel MVP "tommy" wrote in message news do anybody know, how to use "countif" with filtered lists? the function subtotal does not allow conditions (e.g. "name") the function countif does it, but it count hidden cells, too thank you for your ideas "N Harkawat" wrote: =subtotal(2,a1:a1000) "Counting filtered data." <Counting filtered wrote in message ... I have an excel spread sheet table that I filter. I would like to be able to count the number of cells in the filtered data. Anyone know how to do this? CountA returns the number of cells in the unfiltered data. Tom 
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How can I count items in a filtered list?
T. Valko, Thanks, It did not work at first;
=SUMPRODUCT(SUBTOTAL(3,OFFSET(B2:B100,ROW(B2:B100)ROW(B2),0,1)),(LEFT(B2:B100,2="CL")) Needed to add 1 ")" to make it work, see below, Thanks again =SUMPRODUCT(SUBTOTAL(3,OFFSET(B2:B100,ROW(B2:B100)ROW(B2),0,1)),(LEFT(B2:B100,2)="CL")) Steve "T. Valko" wrote: How can I use the * wildcard in this function cells that begin with "CL". You can't use wildcards in this function. Try this: =SUMPRODUCT(SUBTOTAL(3,OFFSET(B2:B100,ROW(B2:B100)ROW(B2),0,1)),(LEFT(B2:B100,2="CL"))  Biff Microsoft Excel MVP "Steven j P" <Steven j wrote in message ... This function almost works for except I want to use a wildcard for "A", I want to use "CL*" cells that begin with "CL". How can I use the * wildcard in this function. Steven "T. Valko" wrote: This will "COUNTIF" B2:B100 = "A" in a filtered list: =SUMPRODUCT(SUBTOTAL(3,OFFSET(B2:B100,ROW(B2:B100)ROW(B2),0,1)),(B2:B100="A"))  Biff Microsoft Excel MVP "tommy" wrote in message news do anybody know, how to use "countif" with filtered lists? the function subtotal does not allow conditions (e.g. "name") the function countif does it, but it count hidden cells, too thank you for your ideas "N Harkawat" wrote: =subtotal(2,a1:a1000) "Counting filtered data." <Counting filtered wrote in message ... I have an excel spread sheet table that I filter. I would like to be able to count the number of cells in the filtered data. Anyone know how to do this? CountA returns the number of cells in the unfiltered data. Tom 
#18




How can I count items in a filtered list?
Needed to add 1 ")" to make it work
Yeah, that was my fault. <argh Thanks for the feedback!  Biff Microsoft Excel MVP "Steven j P" wrote in message ... T. Valko, Thanks, It did not work at first; =SUMPRODUCT(SUBTOTAL(3,OFFSET(B2:B100,ROW(B2:B100)ROW(B2),0,1)),(LEFT(B2:B100,2="CL")) Needed to add 1 ")" to make it work, see below, Thanks again =SUMPRODUCT(SUBTOTAL(3,OFFSET(B2:B100,ROW(B2:B100)ROW(B2),0,1)),(LEFT(B2:B100,2)="CL")) Steve "T. Valko" wrote: How can I use the * wildcard in this function cells that begin with "CL". You can't use wildcards in this function. Try this: =SUMPRODUCT(SUBTOTAL(3,OFFSET(B2:B100,ROW(B2:B100)ROW(B2),0,1)),(LEFT(B2:B100,2="CL"))  Biff Microsoft Excel MVP "Steven j P" <Steven j wrote in message ... This function almost works for except I want to use a wildcard for "A", I want to use "CL*" cells that begin with "CL". How can I use the * wildcard in this function. Steven "T. Valko" wrote: This will "COUNTIF" B2:B100 = "A" in a filtered list: =SUMPRODUCT(SUBTOTAL(3,OFFSET(B2:B100,ROW(B2:B100)ROW(B2),0,1)),(B2:B100="A"))  Biff Microsoft Excel MVP "tommy" wrote in message news do anybody know, how to use "countif" with filtered lists? the function subtotal does not allow conditions (e.g. "name") the function countif does it, but it count hidden cells, too thank you for your ideas "N Harkawat" wrote: =subtotal(2,a1:a1000) "Counting filtered data." <Counting filtered wrote in message ... I have an excel spread sheet table that I filter. I would like to be able to count the number of cells in the filtered data. Anyone know how to do this? CountA returns the number of cells in the unfiltered data. Tom 
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How can I count items in a filtered list?
Hi I need your help..
I know that is not the right forum but I'll try anyway. Hope you will understand what Iâ€™m trying to do. Iâ€™ve got 2 worksheets called Total.xls Monthly.xls in a workbook called PM. Iâ€™ve linked few cells from Monthly to Total (thatâ€™s was easy). Now all the formula already in Total give Error as results. Any help greatly appreciated. Antonella "T. Valko" wrote: You're welcome. Thanks for the feedback!  Biff Microsoft Excel MVP "Antonella" wrote in message ... Thanks.. You made my day!!! Antonella "T. Valko" wrote: Is a data validation drop down list. Try this: =SUMPRODUCT((A1:A100="Netherlands"),(B1:B10="July")) Better to use cells to hold the criteria. D1 = Netherlands E1 = July =SUMPRODUCT((A1:A100=D1),(B1:B100=E1))  Biff Microsoft Excel MVP "Antonella" wrote in message ... Is a data validation drop down list. Can be the reason why does not work? "T. Valko" wrote: In both columns data must be chosen from a drop down menu Is that a data validation drop down list (or maybe a combo box) or is it an Auto Filter drop down?  Biff Microsoft Excel MVP "Antonella" wrote in message ... Hi, I'm hoping that someone can help me.. I am trying to count how many export has been done for each Region for July, how many for August and so on. I'll try to make myself a bit clear. For example: My first column (A1:A100) contains 10 different Regions (Netherlands, Italy, Spain etc). The second column (B1:B100) contains months ( July, August, September, October etc). I would like to know if there is formula to count how many times Netherlands July appears in those 2 columns. In both columns data must be chosen from a drop down menu.. Hope I made myself clear.. Can this be done ? Thanks Antonella "T. Valko" wrote: This will "COUNTIF" B2:B100 = "A" in a filtered list: =SUMPRODUCT(SUBTOTAL(3,OFFSET(B2:B100,ROW(B2:B100)ROW(B2),0,1)),(B2:B100="A"))  Biff Microsoft Excel MVP "tommy" wrote in message news do anybody know, how to use "countif" with filtered lists? the function subtotal does not allow conditions (e.g. "name") the function countif does it, but it count hidden cells, too thank you for your ideas "N Harkawat" wrote: =subtotal(2,a1:a1000) "Counting filtered data." <Counting filtered wrote in message ... I have an excel spread sheet table that I filter. I would like to be able to count the number of cells in the filtered data. Anyone know how to do this? CountA returns the number of cells in the unfiltered data. Tom 
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How can I count items in a filtered list?
Your syntax is not correct.
You cannot have Total.xls and Monthly.xls in one workbook. An *.xls is a single workbook. Do you mean you have two worksheets named Total and Monthly in a workbook named PM.xls Is this latest problem you are posting in any way related to the original posting about counting filtered items you and Biff have been working on? Gord Dibben MS Excel MVP On Thu, 6 Aug 2009 10:10:15 0700, Antonella wrote: Hi I need your help.. I know that is not the right forum but I'll try anyway. Hope you will understand what I’m trying to do. I’ve got 2 worksheets called Total.xls Monthly.xls in a workbook called PM. I’ve linked few cells from Monthly to Total (that’s was easy). Now all the formula already in Total give Error as results. Any help greatly appreciated. Antonella "T. Valko" wrote: You're welcome. Thanks for the feedback!  Biff Microsoft Excel MVP "Antonella" wrote in message ... Thanks.. You made my day!!! Antonella "T. Valko" wrote: Is a data validation drop down list. Try this: =SUMPRODUCT((A1:A100="Netherlands"),(B1:B10="July")) Better to use cells to hold the criteria. D1 = Netherlands E1 = July =SUMPRODUCT((A1:A100=D1),(B1:B100=E1))  Biff Microsoft Excel MVP "Antonella" wrote in message ... Is a data validation drop down list. Can be the reason why does not work? "T. Valko" wrote: In both columns data must be chosen from a drop down menu Is that a data validation drop down list (or maybe a combo box) or is it an Auto Filter drop down?  Biff Microsoft Excel MVP "Antonella" wrote in message ... Hi, I'm hoping that someone can help me.. I am trying to count how many export has been done for each Region for July, how many for August and so on. I'll try to make myself a bit clear. For example: My first column (A1:A100) contains 10 different Regions (Netherlands, Italy, Spain etc). The second column (B1:B100) contains months ( July, August, September, October etc). I would like to know if there is formula to count how many times Netherlands July appears in those 2 columns. In both columns data must be chosen from a drop down menu.. Hope I made myself clear.. Can this be done ? Thanks Antonella "T. Valko" wrote: This will "COUNTIF" B2:B100 = "A" in a filtered list: =SUMPRODUCT(SUBTOTAL(3,OFFSET(B2:B100,ROW(B2:B100)ROW(B2),0,1)),(B2:B100="A"))  Biff Microsoft Excel MVP "tommy" wrote in message news do anybody know, how to use "countif" with filtered lists? the function subtotal does not allow conditions (e.g. "name") the function countif does it, but it count hidden cells, too thank you for your ideas "N Harkawat" wrote: =subtotal(2,a1:a1000) "Counting filtered data." <Counting filtered wrote in message ... I have an excel spread sheet table that I filter. I would like to be able to count the number of cells in the filtered data. Anyone know how to do this? CountA returns the number of cells in the unfiltered data. Tom 
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