In this video, we'll look at a few ways to generate random values with the RANDBETWEEN function. You can use this approach to generate random numbers, random prices, random dates, and even random text values. This is a great way to create dummy data to test formulas and worksheets.
In this video, we'll look at a few ways to generate random values with the RANDBETWEEN function.
The RANDBETWEEN function is a simple function you can use to generate random numbers. For example, I can enter RANDBETWEEN with a bottom value of 1 and a top value of 100:
I could also put these dates on the worksheet and then point to those cells inside RANDBETWEEN. I need to make these making the reference absolute with F4 to prevent changes. This makes it easier to change the dates being used by RANDBETWEEN.
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