## How do you count a cell if it contains a date?

In a blank cell enter the formula =COUNTA(A1:E15), and press the Enter key. In the formula, the range A1:E15 is the specific range you will count numbers of cells with data, and you can change it as you need.

**How do I count if contains in Excel?**

Notes:

- In the formula, B5:B10 is the range of cells you want to count. D5 is the cell reference containing what you want to look for.
- If you want to directly typing the text in the formula to count, please apply the below formula: =COUNTIF(B5:B10,”*Apple*”)
- This formula is case-insensitive.

**How do I use Countif with time?**

Count times in a specific range

- =COUNTIFS(criteria_range1, criteria1, [criteria_range2, criteria2]…)
- Enter the formula: = COUNTIFS(B3:B9,”>=”&E2,B3:B9,”<=”&E3)
- Enter the formula: = COUNTIFS(B3:B9,”>=2:10″,B3:B9,”<=3:00″)

### What is Countif used for?

Use COUNTIF, one of the statistical functions, to count the number of cells that meet a criterion; for example, to count the number of times a particular city appears in a customer list.

**How does the countif function work in Excel?**

The COUNTIF function counts cells in a range that meet criteria. For example, to count the number of cells in a range that contain “a” you can use: However, note this is an exact match. In order to be counted, a cell must contain exactly “a”. If the cell contains any other characters, it will not be counted.

**Which is the required argument for the countif function?**

=COUNTIF (Range, criteria) The COUNTIF function uses the following arguments: Range (required argument) – This defines one or several cells that we wish to count. The range of cells are those cells that will be tested against the given criteria and counted if the criteria are satisfied.

## How to count cells that contain one value?

To count cells that contain either one value or another, you an either use a helper column then tally up the count, or a more complex single cell formula. Background When you count cells with “OR” criteria, you need to be careful not to double count…

**How to count if cell contains text or part of text in Excel?**

Count if cell contains text or part of text with an awesome feature. Easily count if cell contains text or part of text in Excel: The Select Specific Cells utility of Kutools for Excel can help you quickly count number of cells in a range if they contain certain text or part of text.