In this article we will learn how to find the value in the first non-blank cell in a range, we will use Index, Match and Len formulas in Microsoft Excel.
To find the value in first non blank cell we use Index function to extract the value from a range, Match function will help to match the criteria and Len function will help in Match function to give the criteria.
Let’s take an example to understand how to find the value in the first non-blank cell in range.
Example 1: We have a list in column A, and some cells are blank. We need to put the formula in column B to find the value in the first non-blank-cell in the range.
To remove the formula from the data use the “Paste Special” option:-
The formula will be removed and the cells will contain values.
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