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NA: Google Sheets Formulae Explained

How do you use NA in Google Sheets?

In Google Sheets, you can use the NA function to return the value "not available." For example, if you want to know the value of a cell that is not currently filled in, you can use the NA function to return the value "not available."

What is the syntax of NA in Google Sheets?

The syntax of NA in Google Sheets is to use the NA() function. The NA() function takes one argument, which is the value to be replaced with NA.

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

In Google Sheets, NA can be used as a function to return the value of a cell that is not defined. For example, if you have a range of cells that contain data, and you want to sum up the cells in a column except for the cells that are empty, you can use the following formula: =SUM(A:A-NA())

When should you not use NA in Google Sheets?

NA should not be used as a substitute for the word "not" in the Google Sheets function IF. The IF function will return the value "true" if the condition is met and "false" if it is not. The function will return the value "NA" if the condition is not met and the value is not provided.

What are some similar formulae to NA in Google Sheets?

There are a few formulae that are similar to the "NA" function in Google Sheets. One is the "IFERROR" function, which will return a value if the first function returns an error, and will return the original value if the first function does not return an error. Another function is the "ISNA" function, which will return TRUE if the value being checked is equal to the NA value, and FALSE if it is not. There is also the "IF" function, which will return one value if a condition is met, and another value if the condition is not met.

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