When you have lots of data, in that case, if you need to get the **Row Number **of a certain Cell then it is not a suitable way to find that **Row number** manually. Because in Excel there are some easiest ways to get the **Row Number** of any cell. Thus, I will demonstrate how to get the **Row Number** of a **Current cell** in Excel in this article.

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## 4 Methods to Get Row Number of Current Cell in Excel

Here, I’m going to explain to you **four** methods of how to get the **Row Number** of a **Current cell** in Excel. For your better understanding, I’m going to use an example of the following dataset. Which contains **two** columns. These are **Month** and **Sales**.

### 1. Use of ROW Function to Get Row Number of Current Cell

Here, I will use **the ROW function** to get the **Row Number **of a cell in Excel. Basically, the** ROW** function is a built-in function in Excel. In addition, you can easily find out the **Row number** with this function without inserting anything else as input data.

Now, suppose I want to get the **Row number** of the cell which contains a value of **$1,000**. The steps are given below.

**Steps:**

- Firstly, you should select a different cell
**D5**where you want to**keep**the**Row Number**. Here, the cell, where you want to**keep**the**Row Number,**should be**horizontally adjacent**to the target cell. - Secondly, use the following formula in the
**D5**cell.

`=ROW()`

Here, in this formula, the **ROW** function will return the **Row number** of the cell where you will write this formula.

- Subsequently, press
**ENTER**to get the**Row Number**.

- After that, you may drag the
**Fill Handle**icon to**AutoFill**the corresponding data in the rest of the cells**D6:D11**.

Finally, you will get all the corresponding **Row numbers**.

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### 2. Employing ROW Function with Reference to Get Row Number of Current Cell

Here, I will use the** ROW function** with a cell reference to get the **Row Number **of a cell in Excel. Basically, the** ROW** function is a built-in function in Excel. In addition, you can easily find out the **Row number** with this function using the cell as a reference.

Now, suppose I want to get the **Row number** of the cell which contains a value **$1,000**. The steps are given below.

**Steps:**

- Firstly, you should select a different cell
**D5**where you want to**keep**the**Row Number**. Here, the cell, where you want to**keep**the**Row Number,**should be**horizontally adjacent**to the target cell. - Secondly, use the following formula in the
**D5**cell.

`=ROW(C5)`

In this formula, the **ROW** function will return the **Row number** of the reference cell. Here, **C5** is the reference. Basically, the** ROW **function will return the numerical number of the reference as a **Row** number.

- Subsequently, press
**ENTER**to get the**Row Number**.

- After that, you may
**double-click**on the**Fill Handle**icon to**AutoFill**the corresponding data in the rest of the cells**D6:D11**.

Lastly, you will get all the corresponding **Row numbers**.

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### 3. Using Combination of Functions to Get Row Number of Current Cell

In this section, I will use a **combination** of functions for getting the **Row number of Current cell** in Excel. I’m going to use **ROW**, **INDEX**, and **MATCH** functions for the combination. Now, suppose I want to get the **Row number** of the cell which contains the value of **January**. The steps are given below.

**Steps:**

- Firstly, you should select a different cell
**D5**where you want to**keep**the**Row Number**. - Secondly, use the following formula in the
**D5**cell.

`=ROW(INDEX($B$5:$B$11, MATCH("January", $B$5:$B$11, 0)))`

- Thirdly, press
**ENTER**to get the**Row Number**.

**Formula Breakdown**

- Here, the
**MATCH**function will return the relative position of a cell value in a given array. - Firstly, my Array is
**$B$5:$B$11**. Here, the**Dollar ($)**sign denotes that the array is fixed. **MATCH(“January”, $B$5:$B$11, 0)—>**becomes**1**.- Secondly, the
**INDEX**function will return the cell value from a given array using a specified position. **INDEX($B$5:$B$11, 1)—>**turns**January.**- Finally, the
**ROW**function will take**January**as reference.**Output: 5**.

- Now, to know the
**Row number**holding another cell value you should insert that cell value within**Inverted Comma**.

Like, I want to know the **Row number** of the cell which contains the value of **February.**

- So, use the following formula in a different cell
**D6**.

`=ROW(INDEX($B$5:$B$11, MATCH("February", $B$5:$B$11, 0)))`

- Then, press
**ENTER**to get the**Row Number**.

Similarly. do the same for the other cell values.

### 4. Applying VBA to Get Row Number of Current Cell in Excel

You can employ **the VBA code** to get the **Row Number **of a cell in Excel. The steps are given below.

**Steps**:

- Firstly, from the
**Developer**tab >> you have to choose the**Visual Basic**command.

Here, you must save the Excel file as** Excel Macro-Enabled Workbook (*xlsm)**.

- Now, from the
**Insert**tab >> you have to select**Module**.

- After that, write down the following code in the
**Module1**.

```
Sub Row_No_of_Current_Cell()
Dim my_Row_No As String
my_Row_No = ActiveCell.Row
MsgBox my_Row_No
End Sub
```

**Code Breakdown**

- Here, I have created a
**Sub Procedure**named.*Row_No_of_Current_Cell* - Also, I used the variable
**my_Row_No**as a String. - Then, I used
**Row**to count the**Row number**. - Finally,
**MsgBox**will show the result.

- Now, you have to save the
**code**. - Then, you need to go to the
**Excel worksheet**. - After that, select the cell for which you want to get the
**Row number.** - Then, from the
**Developer**tab >> you need to choose**Macros**.

- At this time, select
**Row_No_of_Current_Cell**from the**Macro name**. - Then, click on
**Run**.

At this time, a dialog box named **Microsoft Excel **will appear. Where you will see the corresponding **Row number**.

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## Use of ROWS Function to Get Number of Rows in a Range of Cells

There is another function in Excel to count the Total Rows number inside a given array. Which is **the ROWS function**. So, you can use **the ROWS function** to get the **Total Row Numbers **of an array in Excel. The steps are given below.

**Steps:**

- Firstly, you should select a different cell where you want to
**keep**the**Total****Row Numbers**. Here, I have merged the cells**D5:D11**. - Secondly, you need to use the corresponding formula in the
**D5:D11**cells.

`=ROWS(B5:B11)`

Here, in this formula, the **ROWS** function will return the** Total** **Row numbers** of the given array. Here, the data range **B5:B11** is the array.

- Subsequently, press
**ENTER**to get the**Row Number**.

Finally, you will see the result.

**Read More:** **How to Get Row Number from Range with Excel VBA (9 Examples)**

## 💬 Things to Remember

- The
**1st method**is the easiest one. With that, you will easily get the**Row number**of the cell exactly where you will write down the formula. - Furthermore, suppose you know the cell value and you want to get the
**Row number**of that cell. In that case, you should use**method 3**. - In addition, you may use the
**VBA**code (**method 4**) because with this method you can get the**Row number**of a selected cell immediately.

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## Conclusion

I hope you found this article helpful. Here, I have explained **4** methods to get the **Row Number **of a** Current Cell** in Excel. You can visit our website **Exceldemy** to learn more Excel-related content. Please, drop comments, suggestions, or queries if you have any in the comment section below.