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Google Sheets

There are a few ways to use COUNTBLANK in Google Sheets. You can use it to count the number of blank cells in a range of cells, or to count the number of blank rows in a range of cells. You can also use it to count the number of records in a data set that have no value in a particular column.

The syntax of COUNTBLANK in Google Sheets is as follows: =COUNTBLANK(range)

One way to use the COUNTBLANK function in Google Sheets is to determine how many blank cells are in a given range. For example, the following formula would return the number 3, since there are three blank cells in the range A1:A4:

=COUNTBLANK(A1:A4)

There are several instances in which you should not use COUNTBLANK in Google Sheets. One such instance is when you are trying to count the number of non-blank cells in a given range. In this case, you should use the COUNT function instead. Another instance in which you should not use COUNTBLANK is when you are trying to count the number of cells that are either blank or contain a specific value. In this case, you should use the COUNTIF function instead.

One possible similar formula to COUNTBLANK in Google Sheets is COUNTIF. This function counts the number of cells that meet a certain criteria. Another possible function is COUNTIFS, which allows you to count cells that meet multiple criteria. Another function that may be useful is COUNTA, which counts the number of cells in a range, whether or not they contain data. Finally, there is the AVERAGEIF function, which calculates the average of a range of cells, but only includes cells that meet a certain criteria.

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