Microsoft Excel Tutorial For Beginners – How to Count cells not equal to x or y
To count cells not equal to this or that, you can use the COUNTIFS function with multiple criteria. To count the number of cells that are not equal to “red” or “blue”, the formula in E5 is:
In this example “rng” is a named range that equals B5:B10.
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