How to use ISBLANK Function in Excel

In this article, we will learn about how to use ISBLANK function in Excel.

The ISBLANK function is a function that checks the cell whether there is anything or not. It returns True if the cell is blank and False if not.
Syntax:

=ISBLANK (Value)

Let’s understand this function using it an example.
We have some Values to test the function, except in the A5 cell. A5 cell has a formula that returns empty text.
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Use the Formula

=ISBLANK(A2)

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It returns False as there is text in the A2 cell.
Applying the formula in other cells using Ctrl + D shortcut key.
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You must be wondering why didn’t the function returns False. As A5 cell has a formula making it non blank.

Hope you understood how to use ISBLANK function in Excel. Explore more articles here on Excel Function. Please feel free to state your query or feedback for the above article.

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