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CELL: Google Sheets Formulae Explained

How do you use CELL in Google Sheets?

CELL can be used in Google Sheets to return information about a specific cell in a spreadsheet. CELL can be used to return the row number, column number, and the value of a cell. CELL can also be used to return the address of a cell.

What is the syntax of CELL in Google Sheets?

CELL is a function in Google Sheets that returns the value of a cell in a given worksheet. The syntax for CELL is CELL("sheet_name", "cell_address") where "sheet_name" is the name of the sheet containing the cell you want to return the value of, and "cell_address" is the cell's address on the sheet.

What is an example of how to use CELL in Google Sheets?

The CELL function in Google Sheets can be used to return information about a specific cell in a spreadsheet. For example, the following formula would return the value of the cell at column A, row 2:

=CELL(A2)

The CELL function can also be used to return the address of a specific cell, the formatting of a specific cell, or the type of data that is stored in a specific cell.

When should you not use CELL in Google Sheets?

There are a few occasions when you should not use CELL in Google Sheets. One is when you are trying to reference a range of cells that is outside of the current sheet. For example, if you are in Sheet1 and you want to reference cells A1:B10 in Sheet2, you would use the formula =Sheet2!A1:B10. If you try to use the CELL function in this instance, it will return the value #REF!. Another time you should not use CELL is when you are trying to reference a cell that does not exist. For example, if you are in Sheet1 and you try to use the CELL function in the formula =CELL("A1", Sheet1), it will return the value #N/A!.

What are some similar formulae to CELL in Google Sheets?

CELL is a function in Google Sheets that returns the value of a cell in a given row and column. Some similar formulae to CELL are:

AVERAGE: Returns the average value of a given range of cells

MAX: Returns the maximum value of a given range of cells

MIN: Returns the minimum value of a given range of cells

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