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Google Sheets COUNTBLANK Function


COUNTBLANK Function

The COUNTBLANK function is a premade function in Google Sheets, which counts blank cells in a range.

It is typed =COUNTBLANK and gets a list of cells:

=COUNTBLANK(value1, [value2, ...])

You can select cells one by one, but also ranges, or even multiple ranges.

Note: The COUNTBLANK function is helpful to find empty cells in a range.


Countblank Function Example

Apply the =COUNTBLANK function to range C2:C21, to find the Pokemons which do not have a 2nd Type:

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COUNTBLANK function, step by step:

  1. Select the cell C22
  2. Type =COUNTBLANK
  3. Click the COUNTBLANK command

  1. Specify range C2:C21
  2. Hit enter

The COUNTBLANK function successfully counted 8 blank cells in the range C2:C21.