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INFO: Excel Formulae Explained

How do you use INFO in Excel?

The INFO function in Excel is used to return the value of the information (or error) function in a given cell. This function can be used to return the value of the #N/A, #VALUE!, #REF! and #DIV/0! errors, as well as the text string "Information."

What is the syntax of INFO in Excel?

The INFO function takes no arguments and returns the value of the #N/A error in a cell. This function is useful for testing whether a value is an error.

What is an example of how to use INFO in Excel?

The INFO function in Excel is used to return the value of the #N/A error in a given cell. For example, if you have a formula in a given cell that returns the #N/A error, the INFO function can be used to return the value of that error. This can be helpful for troubleshooting formulas that are not returning the correct results.

When should you not use INFO in Excel?

INFO should not be used in Excel under the following circumstances:

-When the function is used in a formula that is copied to other cells

-When the function is used in a function argument

-When the function is used in a chart or data validation list

What are some similar formulae to INFO in Excel?

INFO is an Excel function that calculates the average of the values in a range of cells. Other formulae that can be used to calculate averages include AVERAGE, AVERAGEA, and AVERAGEIF. These formulae all calculate the average of the values in a range of cells, but they each have different options for how to handle empty cells in the range. AVERAGE will calculate the average of the values in the range, including any empty cells. AVERAGEA will calculate the average of the values in the range, excluding any empty cells. AVERAGEIF will calculate the average of the values in the range, only including cells that meet a certain criteria.

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