Join Dennis Taylor for an in-depth discussion in this video Working with formulas in tables, part of Excel Tips Weekly.
- [Voiceover] If you work with large lists,…you might wanna consider converting them to tables.…The table concept treats the data as an entity,…and it also introduces some different concepts…as you work with formulas.…I've got a list here. I've scoped it out ahead of time.…There are no empty rows within it.…If you do wanna convert data to a table,…make sure you have no empty rows within the data…and if there's other data off to the right,…but if there's other data below this or to the right of it…that you don't want to become part of the table,…make sure it's isolated by at least an empty column,…something like what we're seeing over here.…
Now, I work with data a lot and I'm curious here…as to how many people do not have benefits.…I'd like to be able to count the blanks here.…So, I'm going to type in a function for that.…It's called COUNTBLANK.…As soon as you see it in the list here,…just tab it into place.…There it is right there, COUNTBLACK, Tab, left parenthesis.…I'm clicking Column G and Enter.…Well, immediately I recognize,…
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