## How To Unmerge Multiple Cells With One Click: Google Sheets

Merged cells are a great way to span content over multiple cells, and you can easily remove a single merged cell with one click by clicking on the merge cell button, but unfortunately, you cannot apply the same process when trying to unmerge a whole array of rows or columns that contain cells with multiple …

## How Do You Put Multiple Conditions In One Cell In Google Sheets?

There will come a time when using Google Sheets where you will be checking the value of a cell against multiple criteria, which one is the best to use? There are three handy functions you can use within a single cell to handle multiple conditions: IF, IFS and SWITCH. Let’s examine each formula individually and …

## Reverse Last Name & First Name With Comma Using One Formula: Google Sheets

Recently I had a column of names in a spreadsheet with the following structure: Last Name, First Name and they needed to change to the structure: First Name Last Name. For example, the original structure of someone’s name would be Smith, John and this needed to change to John Smith. So a couple of medications …

## Google Sheets: IF Statement Multiple Conditions

One of the first formulas I started with when exploring more about the functionality of spreadsheets is the IF formula. The IF formula is easy to understand and contains only three parameters which are all required. The first parameter is the condition to check, the second is the returned value if the condition is true, …

## How To Check If Cell Is Empty (Or Not): Google Sheets

How do you check if a cell is empty or blank in Google Sheets? There is a handy function called ISBLANK which enables you to check if a cell is empty. What Does Empty Really Mean? In Google Sheets there are two ways of having an empty cell, one way is by defining an empty …

## What Is The Formula To Calculate Age?

Recently, I had an issue where I needed to calculate the age of a person at specific dates throughout the year. Using a Google Sheet, I thought I could simply subtract one date from the other and divide by 365, but this ended up not being as accurate as I wanted. To calculate somebody’s age …