## Count cells that contain specific text

To count cells that contain specific text in Excel, you can use the COUNTTEXT, COUNTIF, or SUMPRODUCT functions.

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To count cells that contain specific text in Excel, you can use the COUNTTEXT, COUNTIF, or SUMPRODUCT functions.

To add years to date in Excel, you can use the XDATE function instead of built-in functions like YEAR, MONTH, and DAY.

Learn how to sum every nth row (for example, every second, third, or fifth row) in Excel using the SUMN or SUMPRODUCT function.

To count cells that are not between two numbers in Excel, you can use the NOTBETWEEN, COUNTIF, or SUMPRODUCT functions.

To count numbers where the nth digit is a given number, use the Excel COUNTDIGITS function or a formula based on MID and IFERROR functions.

To count cells that contain text in a range, you can use the COUNTX Excel function or the COUNTIF function with a wildcard.

To count cells that begin with specific text in Excel, you can use the COUNTBEGIN function or the COUNTIF function.

To add leading zeros in Excel, you can use the ZFILL function, which keeps the zeros before the numeric values and convert numbers to text value.

To sum last n columns in a range or a table, you can use the SUMCOLUMNS function in Excel instead of long formulas.

To SUM visible rows in a filtered list in Excel, use the SUMVISIBLE function or the built-in SUBTOTAL or AGGREGATE functions.

To sum if between in Excel, you can use the SUMBETWEEN function with two criteria or the built-in SUMIF function.

To count cells between two numbers in Excel, you can use the COUNTBETWEEN function or the COUNTIFS function.