## How do you use TBILLEQ in Google Sheets?

To use TBILLEQ in Google Sheets, you first need to install the add-on. To do this, open Sheets and click on the menu in the top left corner. Then, select "Add-ons" and "Get add-ons." Next, search for "TBILLEQ" and install the add-on. Once the add-on is installed, open a spreadsheet and select the "TBILLEQ" tab. Next, enter the name of the table you want to query and the name of the column you want to query. Then, select the type of query you want to perform and click "Run."

## What is the syntax of TBILLEQ in Google Sheets?

The syntax of TBILLEQ in Google Sheets is as follows:

=TBILLEQ(Array1,Array2)

Array1 is the first array of numbers that you want to calculate the Levenshtein distance between.

Array2 is the second array of numbers that you want to calculate the Levenshtein distance between.

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

Assuming you have a table in Google Sheets called "Employees", with the following data:

Name | Salary

-------|-------

John | \$50,000

Jane | \$40,000

The following formula can be used in a separate cell to calculate the average salary:

=TBILLEQ(A:A,A:B)

This will calculate the average salary for all employees, based on the two columns of data.

## When should you not use TBILLEQ in Google Sheets?

There are a few occasions when you should not use TBILLEQ in Google Sheets. First, if you are trying to find a specific value in a large data set, it is often more efficient to use the GOOGLEFINANCE function. Additionally, TBILLEQ cannot be used with data that is formatted as a table.

## What are some similar formulae to TBILLEQ in Google Sheets?

Some similar formulae to TBILLEQ in Google Sheets include TBILOOKUP, TBSUM, and TBMAX. TBILOOKUP allows you to lookup values in one table based on values in another table. TBSUM allows you to sum the values in a range of cells. TBMAX allows you to find the maximum value in a range of cells.