How To Insert A NULL Value
When I insert a double quote ("") into a cell as a Null value this causes problems when creating formulas that use the cell.
I've searched many posts to do with Null values but can only find information on checking for a Null value, like ISBLANK().
But, I've not been able to find any information on how to write a formula like
and substitute the double quote ("") with a value that is Truly Null?
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