In this article, you will learn how to use the ISNUMBER formula in Excel.
The ISNUMBER function in Excel is a logical function that tests whether a given cell contains a numeric value or not. The formula returns the Boolean value "TRUE" if the cell contains a number and "FALSE" if it does not.
The ISNUMBER formula in Excel is used in multiple scenarios, please see below for some common uses of the ISNUMBER function:
See below for how the formula is used:
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