Learn Excel 2010 – “Count Red Rows”: Podcast #1687

April 12, 2013 at 12:59 pm

Looking back to August 2011, a ‘Learn Excel from MrExcel‘ Podcasts looked at how to Sum Colored Cells; Episode #1415 showed us how we could be obtaining the ‘Sum’ of the Red Rows. Today, in Episode #1687, Bill revisits that earlier Podcast to show us how to Count the Number of Rows containing Red Cells, not Sum the Cell Values.

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