Function: ISNONTEXT

Function: ISNONTEXT

The Excel ISNONTEXT function is an Information formula that returns TRUE if the input value is a not text value, and FALSE otherwise. You can test the result of a formula or value of a cell using this function. This formula can be especially useful in organizing data,...
Function: ISTEXT

Function: ISTEXT

The ISTEXT Excel function is an Information formula that returns TRUE if the input value is a text string, and FALSE otherwise. You can test the result of a formula or value of a cell using this function. This formula can be especially useful in error handling,...
How to create a macro in Excel

How to create a macro in Excel

Macros in Excel are code blocks that you can run in your workbooks to process a batch of commands. Macros are great for automating repetitive tasks such as copying or removing data from specific cells. However, macros can be daunting for new users. Creating a macro is...
Function: ISNUMBER

Function: ISNUMBER

The Excel ISNUMBER function is an Information formula that returns TRUE if value is a number, and FALSE if not. As the name suggests, the formula asks the question “Is number?” to its argument. This way, you can test the outcome of a formula or a cell...
Function: ISLOGICAL

Function: ISLOGICAL

The Excel ISLOGICAL function is an Information formula that returns TRUE if the input is a logical value, and a FALSE result otherwise. As the name suggests, the formula asks the question “Is logical?” to the argument value. This formula can be especially...
Function: ISERROR

Function: ISERROR

The ISERROR Excel function is an Information formula that returns TRUE if the target value contains an error value, and FALSE if it does not. As the name suggests, the formula asks the question “Is error?” to its argument, and returns a Boolean result....
Function: ISERR

Function: ISERR

The ISERR Excel function is an Information formula that returns TRUE, if the reference value is an error code (except for #N/A), and FALSE otherwise. As the name suggests, the formula asks the “Is error?” question, and can be especially useful for...