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如何在Excel中查找第n个非空白单元格?

作者:晓阳 最后修改时间:2020-07-03

如何在Excel的列或行中查找并返回第n个非空白单元格值? 本文,我将讨论一些有用的公式供您解决此任务。

从具有公式的列中查找并返回第n个非空白单元格值

从具有公式的行中查找并返回第n个非空白单元格值


箭头蓝色右气泡 从具有公式的列中查找并返回第n个非空白单元格值

例如,我有一列数据,如下图所示,现在,我将从该列表中获得第三个非空白单元格值。

doc find nth非空白1

请输入以下公式: =INDEX($A$1:$A$25,SMALL(ROW($A$1:$A$25)+(100*($A$1:$A$25="")), 3))&"" 放入要输出结果的空白单元格(例如D2),然后按 Ctrl + Shift + Enter 键在一起以获得正确的结果,请参见屏幕截图:

doc find nth非空白2

备注:在上式中 A1:A25 是您要使用的数据列表,以及数字 3 表示要返回的第三个非空白单元格值,如果要获取第二个非空白单元格,则只需要根据需要将数字3更改为2。


箭头蓝色右气泡 从具有公式的行中查找并返回第n个非空白单元格值

如果要连续查找并返回第n个非空白单元格的值,请按照以下公式进行操作:

输入以下公式: =INDEX($A$1:$M$1,SMALL(IF($A$1:$M$1<>"",COLUMN($A$1:$M$1)-COLUMN($A$1)+1),4)) 放入要查找结果的空白单元格,然后按 Ctrl + Shift + Enter 键一起获得结果,请参见屏幕截图:

doc find nth非空白3

请注意: 在上式中 A1:M1 是您要使用的行值,以及数字 4 是要返回的第四个非空白单元格值,如果要获取第二个非空白单元格,则只需根据需要将数字4更改为2。

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CIAO STO CERCANDO DI APPLICARE LA TUA FORMULA MA NON MI FUNZIONA, DOVE STO SBAGLIANDO?
=INDICE($K$37:$K$88;MIN(RIGHE($K$37:$K$88)+RIGHE(100*($K$37:$K$88=""));6))&""
DEVO VISUALIZZARE L'ENNESIMA RIGA DIVERSA DA VUOTO

GRAzie
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=INDICE($K$37:$K$88;MIN(RIGHE($K$37:$K$88)+(100*($K$37:$K$88=""));6))&""
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I'm running this formula on a ~400 row sheet with around 20 blanks mixed throughout the data, and it's working perfectly EXCEPT when I fill the series down, it sometimes duplicates a row for some reason. For example, it seems to think a value is somehow simultaneously the 331st non-blank and the 332nd.

Things I've noticed:
-Duplications always happen in pairs (ex. 331 and 332 are duplicates, 333 and 334 will also be), then it goes back to normal for a while.
-Raw data also has blanks in pairs, but not corresponding to the duplicates
-No duplications occur in the first 94 rows, but they happen every 33-35 rows after that
-Does not appear to be linked to the value in the cell being duplicated
-I have entered as an array and as a standard formula, no difference in function

For reference, here's my actual formula:

=INDEX('PO Raw Data'!CR:CR,SMALL(ROW('PO Raw Data'!CR:CR)+(100*('PO Raw Data'!CR:CR="")),$W2)&"")

Note $W2 refers to a helper column and counts up as the data set is filled down, but only because I couldn't get it to count up when I just used a number instead of cell reference.
When I've replaced that cell reference (ex. $W2) with the appropriate number, same result.


Any thoughts on what I can do to fix that?
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very helpful,
although when I return the nth non blank cell in a column set to DATE, the returned value appears as number(general number).formatting the cell into DATE also doesn't change the result. could you please give me a hand!
thanks a lot
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Hello, Shirazi,
Sorry, maybe there is no direct formula for you to get the date format.

If someone else has the solution, please comment here.
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Hi everyone!


Could you also help me return the row number of the second, third non-blank cell?


Please help me.
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Hello, John,
the following formula can help you to get all the row numbers of the non-blank cells, please try it, thank you!
=IFERROR(ROW(INDEX($A$1:$A$12,SMALL(INDEX(NOT(ISBLANK($A$1:$A$12))*ROW($A$1:$A$12),0),COUNTBLANK($A$1:$A$12)+ROW(A1)))),"")
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Hey everyone,

I have a table with numerous columns and rows. The rows have range names, and a description/location at the beginning of the row range with its own range, example "Building No.s". There are multiple Row Ranges/ Buildings. There are headers at the top of each columns for specific "Building Assembly Types". The table content is numeric quantities for each type "Building Assembly Type" for each specific "Building" description/location. There could be as many as (100) "Building Assembly Types" column headers but I will limit the assemblies to (10) per row range, so there will be numerous blank cells in each "Building No." range.

I have other summary tables set up for each "Building" that I want to pull the non-blank cells quantities to, along with the corresponding header "Assembly Type" for each "Building" with a (10) max "Assemblies" per page.

I can identify the non-blank cell quantities by use of the array formula above for rows. The problem I am having is identifying the header that corresponds to it.

Ultimately if I can identify the "Assembly" header, I can always index the "Quantities" once I have the header "Assembly" identified for each "Building". Then I would be able do a lookup for all the parts associated with each "Assembly" type for that "Building" from my Assembly parts database and multiply it times the "Quantity" of each assembly type.

Hopefully this makes since and someone can help.
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Hello, I am looking for the third blank row in a column and I copied your formula and just changed the range from $A$1:$A:$25 to my range $D$306:$D$354. But when I change the range I get #REF! as my answer. I already converted to an array, control-shift-enter. Now the cell range I am referencing has formulas in them, so could that be why I am getting #REF. Your formula: =INDEX($A$1:$A$25,SMALL(ROW($A$1:$A$25)+(100*($A$1:$A$25="")), 3))&"" My formula: =INDEX($D$306:$D$354,SMALL(ROW($D$306:$D$354)+(1*($D$306:$D$354="")), 2))&"" Thanks, Noel
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you have put the 1 instead of 100 therefore answered was wrong. please use below formula

INDEX($D$306:$D$354,SMALL(ROW($D$306:$D$354)+(100*($D$306:$D$354="")), 3))&"" than ctrl + shift+enter
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