REGISTER.ID is a function in Excel that returns the registered identification number for the specified company. The function takes two arguments: the company name and the country. The function will return the registered identification number for the company in the specified country. If the company is not registered in the specified country, the function will return a blank.
REGISTER.ID is a function in Excel that allows you to register an identifier. The syntax of the function is as follows:
The identifier is the name of the identifier that you want to register. The scope is the scope of the identifier. The function returns a string that contains the registered identifier.
REGISTER.ID can be used in Excel to create a named range. For example, the following code creates a named range called "MyRange" that refers to the range A1:A10:
There are several instances when you should not use REGISTER.ID in Excel. One is when you are working with a workbook that was created in a different language version of Excel. In this case, REGISTER.ID will return an error. Another instance is when you are using a workbook that was created in a previous version of Excel. In this case, REGISTER.ID will return a different result than it would in a current version of Excel. Finally, you should not use REGISTER.ID in Excel when you are working with a workbook that is password protected. In this case, REGISTER.ID will return an error.
REGISTER.ID is a unique identifier for each registered user in a Microsoft Excel workbook. Other formulae that can be used to identify specific users in a workbook include "WORKBOOK.PERSONAL.ID" and "WORKBOOK.AUTHOR.ID".