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I am trying to get a count for letters in a range of cells, however, I need it to ignore the formulas in the cells that do not produce a value.

Your question doesn't make sense. What do you mean by

"get a count for letters in a range of cells"?Are the "letters" the results of formulas?

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Yes - most of the cells contain the letter Y for Yes, if the cell doesn't have a Y in it, just the formula, it won't calculate my pecentenge at the end. Out of 12 cells I need to know how many inspections were completed, but if it wasn't completed the cell will show just the formula, and will still count the cell, I want it to ignore the formula when no result/value is produced. This is my formula

=COUNTA(D21:O21)/12*100

As per the Help files for COUNTA, the function counts the number of cells that are not empty in a range.If a cell contains a formula, it is not empty.

Look instead at the COUNTIF function in the Help files.

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I will try that - Thanks!!

It worked - Thanks so much!!!

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