Lesson 10 – Using the COUNT function to ONLY count the TEXT in a list or cell range in Excel. Is it possible?

In this lesson, I’m going to be showing you how to:

  1. Be able to use a combination of the COUNT function to be able to count ONLY TEXT from a list or range of cells.
  2. Understand this mystery of counting TEXT only 🙂

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When you’re ready move onto:

Lesson 11 – What is the Merge & Center feature, and how to apply it in Excel?

Or go back to:

Lesson 9 – What is the INSERT FUNCTION button for in Excel? How to use it to create different FUNCTIONS?

Lesson 8 – What is the IF function, and how to insert it in Excel?

Lesson 7 – What is the ROUND function, and how to insert it in Excel?

Lesson 6 – What is the COUNT & COUNTA function, and how to insert them in Excel?

Lesson 5 – What is the MINIMUM & MAXIMUM function, and how to insert them in Excel?

Lesson 4 – What is an AVERAGE function, and how to insert it in Excel?

Lesson 3 – Simple Subtraction Formula using Excel

Lesson 2 – Creating SUM Functions and Replicating Formulas in Excel

Lesson 1 – Simple multiplication Formula using Excel

Hope you are enjoying your learning 🙂

Habib Ali – ICT Tutor

24 thoughts on “Lesson 10 – Using the COUNT function to ONLY count the TEXT in a list or cell range in Excel. Is it possible?”

  1. Hi Habib,
    Thanks so much for all your free training on using Excel.
    I thought I had a good handle on using this, but I’ve been learning new ways to make my work easier.
    It’s amazing how many functions there are, lol.
    Cheers,
    Suzanne

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    • You’re welcome Suzanne. Many people don’t realise what I am giving here. Others charge thousands of pounds for such series of lessons, but I’m giving it all for free, as I want everyone to be in education, especially in this crisis with the Covid 19.

      The functions are very large in numbers and they are absolutely great.

      Habib (ICT Tutor)

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    • This was a clever one wasn’t it Peter? But please focus on fully understanding each lesson before moving onto the next lesson, and complete each lesson in order.

      Habib (ICT Tutor)

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  2. I find it really cool as to what you can do within excel. Functions like these can be really helpful within the correct situation and can save a lot of time.

    Another tool in my excel toolbelt.

    Thank you for sharing!
    -Joseph

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  3. Thanks for this tutorial.
    I use excel but didn’t know about the existence of this option in the count function.
    I learned something new today.

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  4. I used to work with excel a lot over ten years ago, and I loved it. I lost some practice, though, and this is why your courses are so great to freshen up on Excel again 🙂
    Thank you for this great lesson!

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  5. Thanks for this tutorial…I’m so not comfortable using Exel, but I learned a lot. I always resort to my husband who’s an Excel wiz to create my spreadsheets if needed. Now I’m more at ease working with Excel. Thanks for your lessons!

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    • You’re welcome Dana. Bookmark my site, and complete all the lessons, starting from lesson 1 and you will never need to ask your husband about excel anymore. I have made these tutorials so easy to understand. The functions have been explained thoroughly. Take care

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  6. Thank you for sharing with us this information. I will save for future reference in my new office position.

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  7. This is really amazing how you can count the test in a list, I am more and more amazed with every post I read from your website.

    Thank you for sharing

    Jeff

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  8. Thanks for sharing the mystery of counting text using just the Count function – a clever trick to deduct the numbers. Thanks for sharing your other Excel lessons too.

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  9. Thanks for sharing us on how to use the counting text function in excel. Especially when we create a sheet with many rows, we will need to use this function to manage our information sheet. Thanks again

    Reply

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