TRIM is a function in Google Sheets that removes all spaces from text except for single spaces between words. This can be useful when cleaning up data or text that has been copied and pasted from other sources. The TRIM function can be accessed by typing =TRIM( in the cell where you want the text to be cleaned up.
TRIM is a function in Google Sheets that removes spaces from the beginning and end of a string. The syntax for TRIM is as follows:
Where "string" is the text you want to remove spaces from.
TRIM is a function in Google Sheets that removes all spaces from a text string. This is useful when you want to combine text strings or when you want to remove all spaces from a text string in order to make it a number. For example, the text string " Hello world! " would be converted to the number 1234567890 when you use the TRIM function.
There are several reasons you might not want to use TRIM in Google Sheets. First, if your data is already sorted in ascending order, there is no need to use TRIM, as it will only slow down your calculations. Second, if your data is already in a compressed format, such as a CSV file, TRIM will not improve performance. Finally, if your data is already formatted as a table, TRIM will not have any impact.
There are a few similar formulae to TRIM in Google Sheets. The TRIM function removes excess spaces from text, while the CLEAN function removes all non-printable characters from text. The LEN function returns the number of characters in a text string, while the FIND function returns the position of a substring in a text string. Finally, the SUBSTITUTE function replaces all occurrences of a substring in a text string with another substring.