Excel ISREF function
The ISREF function checks whether a given value is a reference. If the given value is a reference, it returns TRUE. Otherwise, it returns FALSE.
Value (required): The value you want to check. It can be entered as one of the following:
-- A cell reference;
-- A range;
-- A named range;
-- Some functions that can return a reference, such as the INDIRECT function and the OFFSET function.
1. It returns one of the following logical values:
-- TRUE: Returns TRUE If the given value is a valid reference.
- - FALSE: Returns FALSE if the given value is an invalid reference.
It returns a logical value, which is TRUE or FALSE.
The table below shows the results of the ISREF function in different examples.
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