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MS Excel 2007 Lecture # 28
"Excel 2007 Count Function - Excel Count Function Example"
The syntax for the Count function:
=COUNT (value1[,value2,...]) whereby
value1, value2,... is one or more ranges, arrays, function results, expressions, or literal values of which you want the count.
To demonstrates the use of the Count function
- Create a spreadsheet as follow:
- Click on the cell C9.
- From the Formula tab, in the Function Library group, click the More Functions icon and point to Statistical from the drop down menu, click the COUNT command
- From the Function Arguments dialog box displayed, enter C4:C8 in the Value1 entry. The Count function will calculate the number of occurrences in the range from C4 to C8.
- Click OK.
- Repeat the above process for the cells D9 and D10 to get the results.
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