# Learn All Count Functions in Excel (COUNT, COUNTA, COUNTBLANK)

Welcome to our tutorial on Excel’s COUNT, COUNTA, and COUNTBLANK functions. These functions are useful for quickly gathering information about your data and can help you better understand your worksheet.

This tutorial will provide step-by-step instructions for using these functions, so you can confidently use them in your own Excel work. Let’s begin!

## Using the COUNT Function

The COUNT function will return the number of numerical values present in the selected cells. Follow these steps to use the COUNT function:

1. Type “=COUNT” into a cell and open the bracket.

2. Select the cells or range of cells that you want to count. You can select them with your mouse.

3. Close the bracket and press Enter.

That’s it; now you should have the amount of available numerical values in the worksheet.

## Using the COUNTA Function

The COUNTA function will return the number of nonblank entries in the selected cells. Here is how to utilize it:

1. Type “=COUNTA” into a cell and open the bracket.

2. Select the cells or range of cells that you want to count like earlier.

3. Close the bracket and press Enter. Done! Now you should see the number of nonblank entries in this sheet.

## Using the COUNTBLANK Function

The COUNTBLANK function will return the number of blank entries in the selected cells.

1. Type “=COUNTBLANK” into a cell and open the bracket.

2. Select the cells or range of cells that you want to count.

3. Close the bracket and press Enter. The value you see in the sheet is the number of blank entries in the sheet.

## Conclusion

We hope this tutorial has helped you understand how to use the COUNT, COUNTA, and COUNTBLANK functions in Excel. These functions are great for quickly gathering information about your data and can save you time and effort when working with large worksheets. Give them a try and see how they can improve your Excel workflow.