# How to Use ISBLANK with Cell Range in Google Sheets

ISBLANK is a function in Google Sheets that returns TRUE if a specified cell is empty and FALSE if it contains any value. There's no direct way to use ISBLANK with a cell range as it's designed to work with a single cell. However, you can use other functions like COUNTIF, ARRAYFORMULA, or FILTER to work with a range of cells and check if they are blank.

Here's an example of how to use ISBLANK with a cell range in Google Sheets using COUNTIF:

## Example 1: Using COUNTIF

- Open your Google Sheet.
- Let's say you want to check if cells A1:A10 are blank. In an empty cell, enter the following formula:

`=COUNTIF(A1:A10, "")`

- Press Enter.
- The formula will return the count of blank cells in the range A1:A10.

## Example 2: Using ARRAYFORMULA

- Open your Google Sheet.
- Let's say you want to check if cells A1:A10 are blank. In an empty cell, enter the following formula:

`=ARRAYFORMULA(ISBLANK(A1:A10))`

- Press Enter.
- The formula will return an array of TRUE or FALSE values, corresponding to blank or non-blank cells in the range A1:A10.

## Example 3: Using FILTER

- Open your Google Sheet.
- Let's say you want to check if cells A1:A10 are blank. In an empty cell, enter the following formula:

`=FILTER(A1:A10, ISBLANK(A1:A10))`

- Press Enter.
- The formula will return a list of blank cells in the range A1:A10. If there are no blank cells, it will return an error "#N/A".

Remember that these methods are workarounds to use ISBLANK with a cell range, as ISBLANK is intended to work with a single cell.

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