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¿Cómo contar si la celda contiene texto o parte de texto en Excel?

Supongamos que tiene los datos siguientes y desea contar el número de celdas que contienen el texto "Apple", número de celdas que contienen el texto"Naranja"y las celdas contienen"Peach"por separado, ¿cómo hacerlo? En este tutorial, explicamos COUNTIF funciona en detalle para ayudarlo a contar rápidamente la cantidad de celdas si contienen texto o parte de texto específico en Excel. Además, presentamos una característica increíble para lograrlo fácilmente con solo clics.


Cuente si la celda contiene texto o parte de texto con la función CONTAR.SI

La función CONTAR.SI puede ayudar a contar celdas que contienen parte de texto en un rango de celdas en Excel. Haz lo siguiente.

1. Seleccione una celda en blanco (como E5), copie la fórmula siguiente en ella y luego presione el Entrar llave. Y luego arrastre el controlador de relleno hacia abajo para obtener todos los resultados.

=COUNTIF(B5:B10,"*"&D5&"*")

Sintaxis

=COUNTIF (range, criteria)

Argumentos

  • Gama o Rango (obligatorio): el rango de celdas que desea contar.
  • Criterios (obligatorio): un número, expresión, referencia de celda o cadena de texto que determina qué celdas se contarán.

Notas:

  • En la fórmula, B5: B10 es el rango de celdas que desea contar. D5 es la referencia de celda que contiene lo que desea buscar. Puede cambiar la celda de referencia y los criterios en la fórmula según lo necesite.
  • Si desea escribir directamente el texto en la fórmula para contar, aplique la siguiente fórmula:
    =COUNTIF(B5:B10,"*Apple*")
  • Esta fórmula no distingue entre mayúsculas y minúsculas.

Solo se pueden contar varios clics si la celda contiene texto o parte de texto en Excel:

La Seleccionar celdas específicas utilidad de Kutools for Excel puede ayudarlo a contar rápidamente la cantidad de celdas en un rango si contienen cierto texto o parte del texto. Después de obtener el resultado en un cuadro de diálogo emergente, todas las celdas coincidentes se seleccionarán automáticamente. Haga clic para obtener más información.
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Las celdas de conteo contienen texto con la función CONTAR.

Como se muestra en la captura de pantalla a continuación, si desea contar la cantidad de celdas en un cierto rango que solo contienen texto, el método en esta sección puede ayudarlo.

1. Seleccione una celda en blanco para generar el resultado, copie la siguiente fórmula en ella y presione el botón Entrar clave.

=COUNTIF(B5:B10,"*")


Cuente si la celda contiene texto o parte de texto con Kutools para Excel

Consejo: Además de la fórmula anterior, aquí presentamos una característica increíble para resolver fácilmente este problema. Con el Seleccionar celdas específicas utilidad de Kutools for Excel, puede contar rápidamente si la celda contiene texto o parte de texto con clics. Incluso puede contar con OR o Y condicionar según lo necesite con esta función. Haz lo siguiente.

Antes de usar el Kutools for Excel, necesitas tomarte unos minutos para descargar e instalarlo gratis en primer lugar.

1. Seleccione el rango en el que desea contar el número de celdas que contienen texto específico.

2. Hacer clic Kutools > Seleccionar > Seleccionar celdas específicas.

3. En el Seleccionar celdas específicas cuadro de diálogo, debe:

  • Seleccionar Teléfono móvil opción en el Tipo de selección sección;
  • En los Tipo específico sección, seleccionar contiene en la lista desplegable, ingrese Apple en el cuadro de texto;
  • Haga clic en el OK
  • Luego, aparece un cuadro de aviso para indicarle cuántas celdas coinciden con la condición. Haga clic en el OK y todas las celdas calificadas se seleccionan al mismo tiempo.

 Propina. Si desea tener una prueba gratuita (60 días) de esta utilidad, haga clic para descargarloy luego vaya a aplicar la operación según los pasos anteriores.


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    Jan · 1 years ago
    Did someone check this on Macintosh? Im struggeling in Excel365, and cant get a substring to count. Something with using the asteric on the Mac? That blows!
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    lacristein@gmail.com · 2 years ago
    EXCELENTE MUCHAS GRACIAS!!!! ME SIRVIÓ DE MUCHO!!!!
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    Bala · 2 years ago
    Want to countif

    How many apple text in row2 when row 3 is apple farm
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    bubie · 2 years ago
    hi tolong. macam mana ni?
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    Brian · 2 years ago
    Okay, what if I want to do a countif on a specific position in the cell. I'm looking for an 'r' in the third character following a '-' in the cell. So in English count only cells where the third character following the dash ('-') is an 'r'.
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      crystal · 2 years ago
      Hi Brian,
      Sorry can't help you with that yet.
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    Renee · 3 years ago
    Hi,
    needing help please, i need this to do count over 33 work sheets with the same name. this is what i tried to start with =COUNTIF( "1 - 33'!,"*Bosch MIC 7000i IP7230 1080p*") - but no go. the 1 - 33 is the number range of spreadsheet names.

    How ever this is where it gets trickier.
    i need it to also include the totals in the individual spread sheet - name of product / part number and supplier....
    so simple hahahaha
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      crystal · 2 years ago
      Hi Renee,
      Thank you for sharing it.
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    Tresa · 3 years ago
    Is there a way to use the COUNTIF function but rather than typing in the word to count, the formula can look at another cell where the user could type the name into the cell and the cell next to it (with the COUNTIF function) will show how many time the typed in date is in the worksheet?
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      Honza · 3 years ago
      Yes, I've just used it. Assuming the cell where you type this word is C1, the syntax would be following: =COUNTIF(A2:A6,"*"&C1&"*"). Also works with SUMIF, you just add the third condition (sum range).
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    No · 3 years ago
    Thank you!
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    ravikumar · 3 years ago
    Dear Crystal ,

    Please find this Excel ..


    i cannot solve this ...


    My Problem is i want to show yes or no for column J reached 80 % (subtotal) other wise highlight the cell untill reached 80% of the total .and also give me the formula for the same.


    thanks a lot for your quick reply.
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      crystal · 3 years ago
      Dear ravikumar,
      Sorry for reply so late. I still can't find your uploaded file. Is there something wrong while uploading?
      You can send it to my email address: zxm@addin99.com or post your question to our forum: https://www.extendoffice.com/forum.html to get more Excel supports from our professional.
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    ravikumar · 3 years ago
    please find this picture and tell me the formula for count by name but remember vin is same or multiple entries done in the same vin ..so please tell me i want to count how many vin my no is +91 8655315561 or whats app me its urgent
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      crystal · 3 years ago
      Good Day,
      Haven't seen your picture. Please upload it with the below Upload files button.
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    rajesh · 3 years ago
    in the column A employee name is written and in column B car number is written and c column accessories amount is written ..etc


    i want count a how many car is billed with accessories in front of their name ...


    i want formula for count function i tried many function but unable to find it ...so please give me solution for this.
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    JoAnn · 3 years ago
    The formula only seems to work if the word I'm counting is the FIRST word in the cell. How do I count the number of cells that CONTAIN that word, whetheror not it's at the beginning of the cell?
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      crystal · 3 years ago
      Dear JoAnn,
      Thank you for your comment. The formula =COUNTIF(A2:A6,"*Apple*") can count the number of cells that contain the word Apple no matter which position it loactes in the cell. Please don't forget to enbrace the word with asterisks.
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    K · 3 years ago
    Hi,


    I have want to count the number of cells which has 2 specific words.

    Example, I have cells which may contain up to 6 words separated by a comma.

    Example:

    A1: banana,apple,orange
    A2: apple,orange,pineapple
    A3: pineapple,banana,guava
    A4: apple,banana,guava
    A5: orange,guava,pineapple
    A6: apple,guava,orange


    I want to count how many cells contain the words Apple AND Orange.


    In the above case, count would be 3


    Please Help, thanks


    K
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      crystal · 3 years ago
      Good Day,
      As the problem you mentioned, please try this array formula =SUM(--(IF((LOWER(LEFT(TRIM(A1:A6),LEN("apple")+1))="apple,"),TRUE,IF(LOWER(RIGHT(TRIM(A1:A6),LEN("apple")+1))=",apple",TRUE,(IF(ISERR(SEARCH(",apple,",TRIM(A1:A6))),FALSE,TRUE))))*IF((LOWER(LEFT(TRIM(A1:A6),LEN("orange")+1))="orange,"),TRUE,IF(LOWER(RIGHT(TRIM(A1:A6),LEN("orange")+1))=",orange",TRUE,(IF(ISERR(SEARCH(",orange,",TRIM(A1:A6))),FALSE,TRUE)))))) + Ctrl + Shift + Enter
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    Moataz · 3 years ago
    i have excel sheet containing 3 columns (Section / Name / Gender)
    what formula can count how many "male" or "female" in very section
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      crystal · 3 years ago
      Dear Moataz,
      Would you please provide a screenshot of your spreadsheet showing what you are exactly trying to do?
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    SUSH · 4 years ago
    I HAVE TO COUNT THE TOTAL CELL WHICH CONTAINS A NAME AND NUMBER, SO HOW TO COUNT NAMES AND NUMBERS IN EXCEL EX. CELL A1:A5 CONTAINS APPLE 2143 BALL 5431 CAT TELL ME HOW TO COUNT IT
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      Vvv · 3 years ago
      =COUNTIF(A1:A5,"APPLE")


      Sorry I am not sure I got your question. Would be nice if you could provide screenshot of what you are trying to do..
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        KyleM · 3 years ago
        Your response doesn't quite work, you must include * around the text you're searching. ie =countif(A1:A5, "*apple*")
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        Kyle · 3 years ago
        Your response does not work in this scenario.
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    Graham · 4 years ago
    Hi,

    Great tutorials.

    This is just what I have been trying to do, however with one exception.

    What I need to do is instead of search and count for a cell that contains apple I need it to search to see if the cells contain the contents of a another cell with wildcard.

    Currently using COUNTIF(I$8:O$30,B36) which is on the most part doing the job. Cell B36 will contain 2 or the initials, eg GP or TV, which works fine but what I need to do is count if the cells contains GP when cell b36 contains GP/TV.

    The formula COUNTIF(I$8:O$30,B36) does not then pick up and count that cell because it is not just GP.

    I know I could use =COUNTIF(A2:A6,"*GP*") however the cell for the code has 52 if commands in it and is repeated on 37 rows so its not ideal to use that.

    Can it be done?

    Thanks for looking
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      Luke · 3 years ago
      Graham, did you ever find a way to do this please? As I'm currently trying to find a way to do the exact same thing.

      Thank you
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        Asger T.P. · 3 years ago
        If we take Graham's example, then you can write: COUNTIF(I$8:O$30,"*"&B36&"*").

        Hope this helps :)
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        KyleM · 3 years ago
        When using =countif(s) you can use * around the specific text you're trying to look for in a statement. For example, I was looking to count cells where they had the word "ran" in them, when they would be vastly different entries. There would be such things as "ran off road", "animal hit/ran off road", "overturn/ran off road".

        So I did basically =countif(range, "*ran*") and it works fine. Hope this helps?
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        Kyle M · 3 years ago
        When using =countif(s) you can use * around the text you're trying to look for in a statement. For example, I was looking to count cells where they had the word "ran" in them, when they would be vastly different entries. There would be such things as "ran off road", "animal hit, ran off road", "overturn, ran off road".

        So I did basically =countif(range, "*ran*") and it works fine. Hope this helps?
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      Vvv · 3 years ago
      What i did before was place the this code: (=COUNTIF(A2:A6,"*GP*")) on 1 cell and another formula in another cell, then just click =SUM on the 2 cells with the code.
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        Tony · 3 years ago
        Try =COUNTIF(I$8:O$30,"="&"*"&B36&"*")
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          J · 3 years ago
          This worked for me, except I don't want it count if the cell is blank. Any suggestions?