 # How to Generate Random Phone Numbers in Microsoft Excel 2010

In this article, we will learn to generate random phone numbers in Excel.

RANDBETWEEN function stands for Random number between the 2 numbers. To  get the same, follow the below steps.

RANDBETWEEN function returns the random numbers between any two numbers.

Syntax:

=RANDBETWEEN ( bottom, top )

Bottom : The smaller of the 2 numbers.
Top : The larger of the 2 numbers.

As we know a phone number have the following condition:
1. It has 10 digits
2. Cannot starts with 0
So the smallest possible number comes out to be 1000000000 and the largest possible number comes out to be 9999999999

So use the formula shown below to generate phone numbers

Use the Formula:

= RANDBETWEEN ( 1000000000 , 9999999999 )

1000000000 : smaller one
9999999999 : larger one Just enter the formula once and repeat results using the drag down option in excel as shown in the above snapshot.

As you can see, you can get the random phone numbers in Excel.

Notes :

1. The function returns an error, if the first number argument ( bottom ) is larger than the second number argument ( top ).
2. The function returns error, if the argument to the function is non - numeric.

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