TO_TEXT is a function in Google Sheets that converts a number to text. You can use it to format numbers as text, which can be helpful when you want to include numbers in a document but don't want them to be interpreted as mathematical formulas. The TO_TEXT function can also be helpful when you want to make it easy to read large numbers. You can simply format them as text strings and they will be easier to understand.
The syntax of TO_TEXT in Google Sheets is as follows:
The "value" is the cell or range of cells that you want to convert to text. The "format" is the format that you want the text to be in.
TO_TEXT is a function in Google Sheets that converts a number to text. For example, the function can be used to convert the number 123 into the text "123". The function can also be used to convert a date into text. For example, the function can be used to convert the date January 1, 2019 into the text "1/1/2019".
There are a few instances when you should not use TO_TEXT in Google Sheets. One instance is when you are trying to convert a number to text but there are blank cells in the column or row you are pulling the number from. In this case, the number in the blank cell will be converted to text as well, and you will get an inaccurate result. Another instance is when you are trying to convert a text string to a number. If the text string contains non-numeric characters, Google Sheets will convert those characters to 0s, which will also give you an inaccurate result.
There are a few similar formulae to TO_TEXT in Google Sheets. One is TEXT(), which converts a number to text. Another is VALUE(), which converts text to a number.