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Select and manipulate blank cells

Select and manipulate blank cells: Excel 2016: Tips and Tricks
Select and manipulate blank cells: Excel 2016: Tips and Tricks

Count blank cells within a range with the COUNTBLANK function; when using formulas to test if a cell is blank, use the ISBLANK function. Select all blank cell within a highlighted range by pressing the F5 key, then click Special and click Blanks. Don't use zero and blank interchangeably in ranges where averages are used.

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