The SUBSTITUTE function in Google Sheets can be used to replace text in a cell with another text value. The function takes three parameters: the cell reference, the text to replace, and the text to substitute. The function will replace all instances of the text in the cell specified in the first parameter with the text specified in the second parameter.
The SUBSTITUTE function in Google Sheets replaces a substring with another substring in a string. The syntax of the SUBSTITUTE function is: SUBSTITUTE(string, substring, replacement) string - The string in which to find a substring. substring - The substring to find in string. replacement - The substring to replace the substring found in string with.
An example of how to use the SUBSTITUTE function in Google Sheets would be to replace all instances of a particular word or phrase with a new word or phrase. This could be helpful, for example, if you wanted to change all instances of the word "hello" to "goodbye" in a document. To do this, you would use the SUBSTITUTE function with the following syntax: =SUBSTITUTE(text, old_text, new_text).
There are a few occasions when SUBSTITUTE should not be used in Google Sheets. First, SUBSTITUTE should not be used when there is a need to find a specific character in a text string. Second, SUBSTITUTE should not be used when the text string is too large. Finally, SUBSTITUTE should not be used when there are too many substitutions to be made.
Some similar formulae to SUBSTITUTE in Google Sheets include REPLACE, CLEAN, and TRIM. REPLACE allows you to replace text in a string with another text, CLEAN removes all non-printable characters from a text string, and TRIM removes all leading and trailing spaces from a text string.