# Excel COUNTIF Formula

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In this tutorial we will learn how to work with the Excel’s COUNTIF formula. The Excel COUNTIF formula counts the number of cells inside a range that match the given criteria. The rule of formula; COUNTIF(first as range, second as criteria). In this example we can use COUNTIF to return the number of occurrences for Tom.

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No HR Dashboard is complete without a headcount summary, and Excel has given us the COUNTIF function to make it easy! It’s a pretty straightforward formula – this is how Excel describes it: “Counts the number of cells within a range that meet the given criteria”. So all you need is a range of cells and the value that you are looking for within that range.

## Use a Special Array Formula to Simulate SUMIF with Two Conditions

I have a database of events in Excel and my boss wants me to plot frequency charts by month. I read your trick to change daily dates to monthly dates and about Excel CSE formulas. I have tried every criteria I can think of in the Excel CountIf formula below to get it to look at 2 criteria.

## Find how many sales people have above average sales using COUNTIF Formula

My scenario today I need to know how many members of a Sales force have higher than the average sales. One the quick ways to do this is using the COUNTIF function in Excel.
The COUNTIF function in Excel counts the number of cells within a range of cells that meet a given criteria. The Range is the Range of cells you want to count cells and the Criteria is the criteriain in the form of a number, expression, cell reference, or text that defines which cells in the selected range will be counted.

## Generate Unique User Names In Excel Using The COUNTIF Fucntion

Today let’s look at how to generate unique usernames in Excel, even when you have duplicates!. I have used this formula to generate usernames for a database, as sometimes there are more than one person with the same name and this great formula in Excel will helps us get over this issue. Here is a list of usernames that has been recently updated with new users...

## SUMIF COUNTIF Excel function

How to use the sumif countif excel function to sum or count depending on some criteria. In this segment you will learn how to activate the sumif countif excel functions, and use these functions to add or count cells based on set criteria.

## How To Count Cells That Contain Text Using COUNTIF

Here is a really quick way to count how many of your cells contain text. (that is not numbers, not errors, not blanks). I have used this technique to how many of my lines of data in my Excel data set contain any type of text. The text references in my data represent a certain type of customer, which I can easily count with the formula COUNTIF and a wildcard!

## GUIDE to Using Multiple Criteria in Excel COUNTIF and COUNTIFS Function

This tutorial covers various ways of using a single or multiple criteria in COUNTIF and COUNTIFS function in Excel. While I will primarily be focussing on COUNTIF and COUNTIFS functions in this tutorial, all these examples can also be used in other excel functions that take multiple criteria as inputs (such as SUMIF, SUMIFS, AVERAGEIF, and AVERAGEIFS).

## Can the Results of a Formula Be Used in SUMIF?

Can the results of a formula be used as the criteria? I would like to add all numbers that are above average. The second parameter of the SUMIF/COUNTIF can be a calculation, but you must concatenate a comparison operator in quotes with the formula.

## How to use Multiple Criteria in Excel COUNTIF and COUNTIFS Function

This tutorial covers various ways of using a single or multiple criteria in COUNTIF and COUNTIFS function in Excel. While I will primarily be focussing on COUNTIF and COUNTIFS functions in this tutorial, all these examples can also be used in other excel functions that take multiple criteria as inputs (such as SUMIF, SUMIFS, AVERAGEIF, and AVERAGEIFS).

## How to Start Using COUNTIF, SUMIF, and AVERAGEIF

Learning Microsoft Excel is all about adding more and more formulas and functions to your toolbelt. Combine enough of these, and you can do practically anything with a spreadsheet. In this tutorial, you'll learn how to use three powerful Excel formulas: SUMIF, COUNTIF, and AVERAGEIF.