Find the last row of data with numbers in Excel

In this article, we will learn to Find the Last ROW of numbers data in Excel.

Scenario:

In simple words, while working with long range of numbers data, we need to extract the last non blank cell using the formula in Excel.

How to solve the problem?

For this article we will be needing the use the following functions:

  1. MATCH function
  2. MAX function

Use the formula:

= MATCHMAX ( range ) + 1 , range )

range: list of numbers only numbers values and blank cells.

Example:

All of these might be confusing to understand. So, let's test this formula via running it on the example shown below.

Here we have a list of numbers values and we need to find the last non blank cell row ignoring blank cells.

Now we will use the below formula to get the last non blank cell
Formula:

= MATCHMAX ( range ) + 1 , range )

Range: Named range used for the range D3 : D8.

Explanation:

  • MAX function finds the MAX value of the numbers and we added + 1 to it.
  • Now the MATCH function finds the returned number in range.
  • And MATCH function wouldn't be able to find the number as the lookup_value is greater than the MAX value in the array.
  • So the MATCH function reaches the last value for the lookup_value and returns the last row number instead.


Here the array to the function is given as named range and cell as cell_reference. Press Enter to get the result.


As you can see in the above snapshot the row number of the last non blank cell is 6.

Here are all the observational notes regarding using the formula.

Notes:

  1. The formula only works with numbers only.
  2. Operators like equals to ( = ), less than equal to ( <= ), greater than ( > ) or not equals to ( <> ) can be performed within function applied with numbers only.

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