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ISNONTEXT: Google Sheets Formulae Explained

How do you use ISNONTEXT in Google Sheets?

ISNONTEXT is a function in Google Sheets that checks whether a given cell is a text string or not. If the cell is not a text string, the function returns TRUE; otherwise, it returns FALSE. This function can be useful for filtering data or for validating input data.

What is the syntax of ISNONTEXT in Google Sheets?

ISNONTEXT is a function in Google Sheets that checks whether a value is a text string or not. The syntax for the function is: =ISNONTEXT(value)

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

ISNONTEXT is a function in Google Sheets that checks whether a value is a text string or not. It can be used to filter out text values from a list of data, or to test whether a value is empty or not. For example, the following formula checks whether the value in Cell A1 is a text string:

=ISNONTEXT(A1)

If the value in Cell A1 is not a text string, the formula will return the value "TRUE". If the value in Cell A1 is a text string, the formula will return the value "FALSE".

When should you not use ISNONTEXT in Google Sheets?

ISNONTEXT should not be used in Google Sheets when you are trying to compare two cells that contain text. If you are trying to compare two cells that contain text, you should use the =contains() function.

What are some similar formulae to ISNONTEXT in Google Sheets?

ISNONTEXT is a formula in Google Sheets that checks if a value is text or not. There are a few similar formulae that can be used to check if a value is text or not. The TEXT formula checks if a value is text, and the VALUE function checks if a value is a number. The ISNUMBER function checks if a value is a number, and the ISTEXT function checks if a value is text.

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