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Returns the value #NULL!.

Use the NULL function to indicate empty values in a calculated column. By using NULL, you can avoid the problem of unintentionally including empty values in your calculations. When a formula refers to a cell containing #NULL!, the formula returns #NULL!.




The NULL function syntax has no arguments. You must include the empty parentheses with the function name.

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