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How to use the ISBLANK function
The ISBLANK function returns TRUE if the argument is an empty cell, returns FALSE if not. Excel Function Syntax ISBLANK(value) […]
SUMPRODUCT if not blank
This article describes ways to work with the SUMPRODUCT function and blanks, error values, N/A# errors. Table of Contents SUMPRODUCT […]
Count groups of repeated values per row
Joe asks: I have a worksheet that has rows, each containing sequential groupings of values of "1" and "0". These […]
Highlight records [AND logic]
The picture above shows you conditional formatting formula that highlights matching records based on criteria in row 3 and 4. […]
Extract a unique distinct list sorted from A to Z ignore blanks
The image above demonstrates a formula in cell D3 that extracts unique distinct numbers and text values sorted from A […]
Merge two columns with possible blank cells
This article demonstrates two formulas, they both accomplish the same thing. The Excel 365 formula is much smaller and is […]
Extract unique distinct values A to Z from a range and ignore blanks
This article demonstrates formulas that extract sorted unique distinct values from a cell range containing also blanks. Unique distinct values […]
Delete blanks and errors in a list
Table of Contents Delete blanks and errors in a list How to find errors in a worksheet 1. Delete blanks […]
Remove blank cells
In this blog post I will provide two solutions on how to remove blank cells and a solution on how […]

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