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在Excel中過濾後,如何查找和獲取第一個可見單元格的值?

在某些情況下,您可能需要獲取過濾列表中第一個可見單元格的值。 如何實現呢? 本文將向您展示解決問題的方法。

使用數組公式過濾後查找並獲取第一個可見單元格的值
使用VBA過濾後查找並獲取第一個可見單元格的值


使用數組公式過濾後查找並獲取第一個可見單元格的值

您可以應用以下數組公式來獲取過濾列表中第一個可見單元格的值。 請執行以下操作。

1.選擇一個空白單元格以放置第一個可見值,在其中輸入以下公式,然後按 按Ctrl + 轉移 + Enter 鍵同時。

=INDEX(C2:C19,MIN(IF(SUBTOTAL(3,OFFSET(C2,ROW(C2:C19)-ROW(C2),0)),ROW(C2:C19)-ROW(C2)+1)))

備註:在公式中,C2:C19是要返回第一個可見單元格值的過濾列表,C2是列表的第一個單元格。 您可以根據需要更改它們。

然後,您可以在所選單元格中填充的過濾列表中看到第一個可見單元格的值,如上圖所示。


使用VBA過濾後查找並獲取第一個可見單元格的值

除了使用上面的數組公式獲取篩選列表中第一個可見單元格的值之外,您還可以運行以下VBA腳本快速返回篩選列表中的第一個可見單元格。 請執行以下操作。

1.選擇一個空白單元格(例如E8)以放置已過濾列表的第一個可見單元格值。

2。 按 其他 + F11 同時打開 Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications 窗口。

3。 在裡面 Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications 窗口中,單擊 插入 > 模塊。 然後將下面的VBA代碼複製並粘貼到“模塊”窗口中。

VBA代碼:在Excel中過濾後查找並獲取第一個可見單元格的值

Sub FirstVisibleCell()
   With Worksheets("Sheet1").AutoFilter.Range
       ActiveCell.Value2 = Range("C" & .Offset(1, 0).SpecialCells(xlCellTypeVisible)(1).Row).Value2
    End With
End Sub

備註:在代碼中,Sheet1是包含過濾列表的工作表名稱。 “ C”是您要從中獲取第一個可見值的列名。 您可以根據需要更改它們。

3。 按 F5 鍵運行代碼,然後位於C列的已過濾列表的第一個可見單元格將立即填充到單元格E8中。

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Thanks a lot, that formula INDEX(C2:C19,MIN(IF(SUBTOTAL(3,OFFSET(C2,ROW(C2:C19)-ROW(C2),0)),ROW(C2:C19)-ROW(C2)+1))) literally save my soul.
Even though I still do not get how the formula works, it does provide the return that I would like to have.

Regards,
Vedat
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Thank you!
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In the following VBA code, can you please explain what does SpecialCells(xlCellTypeVisible)(1) mean? What is (1) used for after SpecialCells(xlCellTypeVisible)?
ActiveCell.Value2 = Range("C" & .Offset(1, 0).SpecialCells(xlCellTypeVisible)(1).Row).Value2
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Can you help me write this formula in google sheet with arrayformula ()

{=INDEX(C2:C19,MIN(IF(SUBTOTAL(3,OFFSET(C2,ROW(C2:C19)-ROW(C2),0)),ROW(C2:C19)-ROW(C2)+1)))}
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So for me the answer above simply does't work that well. I have a workbook with over 23k rows and is something I've been working to optimize over the years. My solution came to me this morning in yet another spark of inspiration.
Assuming that you are using a TABLE to get the data you want do this:One row (I named it "Rownmbr") is dedicated to: =CELL([@[YOURFIRSTROW]])
Outside the table you make a formula somewhere:=INDIRECT(CONCATENATE("A";SUBTOTAL(105;Table1[Rownmbr])))
You simply replace the "A" with wherever you want to get the data from. For me this works great, and it's not a heavy formula to use that will bog down the document further.
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This solution worked perfectly for me, since I was using a table. The instructions were hard to follow, so hopefully this explanation will be a bit clearer.
Say you have an excel table named "Table_Name."  First, create a new column in your table and name it "RowNumber". 
In that new column, enter the formula "=ROW([@RowNumber])" This will then populate the new column with
In the cell where you want to display the first visible value, enter the formula "=INDIRECT("A"&SUBTOTAL(105,Table_Name[RowNumber]))"  The "A" is the letter of the column that holds the value you want to return.
The SUBTOTAL(105,...) function returns the minimum value of all the visible rows in a given range, which in the case above will return the row number of the first visible row.
The INDIRECT function returns the value of the cell for a given cell address. This is why you need the first part of the formula to contain the column letter of the column you want to display. The second part of the formula will return the row number.


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This formula works, but be aware that if you have blank cells, the formula can malfunction and select the first value in the entire table, not just in the filtered results. The workaround I found was to replace blank cells with NULL or a space.
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First I had blanks.... then all cells were filled but still having the #VALUE response. Hopefully this formula works on text as well...! Thanks for the advise anyway ;-)
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It works. Thanks so much...
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Thanks a million🙏🌺
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‌wonderful🌺 Thanks a million🙏
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I keep getting a Run-time error '91' Object variable or With block variable not set. My worksheet is Sheet1 titled AllBrands. This is my formula :

Sub FirstVisibleCell()
With Worksheets("ALLBRANDS").AutoFilter.Range
ActiveCell.Value2 = Range("H" & .Offset(1, 0).SpecialCells(xlCellTypeVisible)(1).Row).Value2
End With

End Sub

Any help will be appreciated!
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Unfortunately - neither the formula - that gives me a #VALUE error nor the VBA works for me giving me a run-time error '1004'
Too bad as I have Office 2019 and I was expecting one of these features to work when filtering specific cells... :-(
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Hi Bub,
The code works well in my case. Which Excel version are you using?
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