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All articles RANGE How to Get the Last Row in Mixed Data with No Blanks

# How to Get the Last Row in Mixed Data with No Blanks

We can determine the last relative position WITHIN A RANGE for mixed data that has no empty cells with the COUNTA function. The COUNTA function counts the number of values in a range. The steps below will walk through the simple process.

Figure 1: Last row in mixed data with no blanks

=COUNTA(range)

## Formula

Last Column in a range: =COUNTA(A3:A12)

Last Relative Position in a Range: =COUNTA(A3:B12)

## Setting up the Data

• We will input the values as shown in FIGURE 2 in the range A3:B12

• The result for last relative position in range A3:B12 and last column in range A3:A12 will be returned in Cell C4 and Cell C8 respectively

Figure 2: Setting up the Data

## Last Relative Position in Range A3:B12

• We will click on Cell C4

• We will input the formula below and press the enter key

=COUNTA(A3:A12)

Figure 3: Last relative position in range A3:B12

## Last Column Position in Range A3:A12

• We will click on Cell C8

• We will input the formula below and press the enter key

=COUNTA(A3:B12)

Figure 4: Last Column Position in Range A3:A12

Note: The formulas do not work with blank cells.

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