- value1—The value, typically a cell or range of cells, to count
Additional values or ranges to count
This example references the following sheet information:
|Clothing Item||Item Number||Units Sold||Status|
Given the table above, here are some examples of using COUNT in a sheet:
|=COUNT([Units Sold]:[Units Sold])||Counts any field in the Units Sold column that contains a value.||3|
|=COUNT(CHILDREN([Item Number]1)||Counts any field that contains a value and is the child row 1 in the "Item Number column.||3|
|=IF(COUNT(CHILDREN(Status1)) = COUNTIF(CHILDREN(Status1), "Green"), "Status Green", "Status Not Green")||Returns Green if the count of the child rows in the Status column is equal to the count of the child rows in the Status column that also contain Green. Otherwise, the function returns Red.||Red|
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