I have a formula as follows which I'm using for a scheduling system within Google Sheets:
=IF(B2="","",(CONCATENATE($B$1&" "&B2&CHAR(10)&$C$1&" "&C2&CHAR(10)&$D$1&" "&D2&CHAR(10)&$E$1&" " &E2&CHAR(10)&$F$1&" " &F2&CHAR(10)&$G$1&" " &G2)))
Currently, my formula works b2 has a value inside it which is great, what I want, however, is for the formula only to show if one value is inside either.
B2, C2, D2, E2, F2 or G2.
so if c2 has a value I want the formula to parse.
=IF(B2,C2,E2) etc with no luck.
I've also tried:
=IF(OR(B2="",C2="") which parsed the formula but kept it visible even with no data.
Reason for this is that I pull these fields into a master schedule and I only want it to show when one of the fields is populated if that makes sense? otherwise, the schedule will look far to busy.
Document for you guys.