Identifying the errors isn’t the simplest thing in the world, and spotting them in the middle of a large spreadsheet is nearly burdensome. Discovering the **Null **value, which indicates that the checklist contains no valid data, is one of the most difficult tasks. In **VBA**, there is a built-in function named “**IsNull**” that may be applied to fix this problem. In this article, we’ll illustrate to you how to use the “**IsNull**” function in **VBA **in a number of ways.

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## An Introduction to the VBA IsNull Function

**The IsNull function **in **VBA **is characterized as an Information Test function. In **MS Office Excel VBA**, it’s a built-in function. The **VBA IsNull function **determines whether or not the supplied expression is **Null**. There is just one input argument for this function. **VBA IsNull **test delivers you a **Boolean **value with **True **or **False**. **‘True’ **is returned if the specified expression is null; otherwise, **‘False’ **is delivered.

**⟴ Syntax**

IsNull(** Expression**)

**⟴ Return Value**

Returns the value **‘True’ **for null expression and **‘False’ **for no null expression.

## 5 Examples of Using VBA IsNull Function

### 1. Test a Text Expression “ExcelDemy” in VBA IsNull

In the beginning, we will test **IsNull **for a **Text **expression. As the specified text expression contains a value, the result will be returned as **‘False’**. To have done the first test follow the steps below.

**Step 1:**

- First of all, press
**Alt**+**F11**to open the**VBA Macro**. - Secondly, Click on the
**Insert.** - Then, select
**Module**.

**Step 2:**

- After Opening a
**Module**window, simply paste the following**VBA codes**.

```
Sub VBA_IsNull()
Dim Test As Variant
Dim Answer As Boolean
Test = Range("B3").Value
Answer = IsNull(Test)
MsgBox "Is the Test is null? : " & Answer, vbInformation, "VBA ISNULL Function Example"
End Sub
```

Here,

**Dim Test As Variant** is the Input Test declared as Variant.

**Dim Answer As Boolean** is the return value declared as Boolean.

**Test = Range(“B3”).Value** is the specification of cell reference for the test.

**Answer = IsNull(Test)** is applying IsNull function for the test value.

**MsgBox “Is the Test is null? :** is the typed words in the message box result.

**” & Answer, vbInformation, “VBA ISNULL Function Example” **specifies the result shown in the message box.

**Step 3:**

- Click to
**Save.** - Then,
**click**to play icon to run the program.

Therefore, A message window will pop up and return the result as **‘False’**.

** Note. ** Shortcut to run a saved program: Press **F5.**

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### 2. Examine a Numerical Expression “2020” in VBA IsNull

In this section. We will conduct the null test for a **Numerical value **shown in the below screenshot. To conduct the test, just follow the same steps as described in **Example#1**.

**Step 1**:

- After opening
**VBA Macro**by pressing**Alt**+**F11**, select a new Module. - Then, Paste the following VBA codes.

```
Sub VBA_IsNull()
Dim Test As Variant
Dim Answer As Boolean
Test = Range("B3").Value
Answer = IsNull(Test)
MsgBox "Is the Test is null? : " & Answer, vbInformation, "VBA ISNULL Function Example"
End Sub
```

**Step 2:**

- After pasting the
**VBA codes**, save and run the program.

As cell **B3 **contains a numerical value, you will obtain the same result ** ‘False’ **as have got in

**Example#1.**

**Read More:** **How to Use VBA IsNumeric Function (9 Examples)**

### 3. Analyze an Expression for an “Empty String” in VBA IsNull

As seen in the figure below, now we will conduct a null test on an **empty **cell. Follow the instructions outlined below to complete the test.

**Step 1:**

- Select a new
**Module**after opening the**VBA Macro**as described in the previous sections. - Then, paste the following
**VBA codes**.

```
Sub VBA_IsNull()
Dim Test As Variant
Dim Answer As Boolean
Test = Range("B3").Value
Answer = IsNull(Test)
MsgBox "Is the Test is null? : " & Answer, vbInformation, "VBA ISNULL Function Example"
End Sub
```

**Step 2:**

- Finally, save and run the program to test the result.
- As a result, it will pop up with the result
as it is an empty cell but not null (invalid).*‘False’*

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### 4. Check an Expression for an “Unassigned Variable”

In addition to the previous sections, we will also conduct the **IsNull **test for an **unassigned value**. **‘Unassigned’ **refers to there being no reference declared for the input value. Follow these steps below to perform the test.

**Step 1:**

- First of all, to write a program, select a new
**Module**. - Then, paste the following VBA
**codes**.

```
Sub VBA_IsNull()
Dim Test As Variant
Dim Answer As Boolean
Test = Range("B3").Value
Answer = IsNull(Test)
MsgBox "Is the Test is null? : " & Answer, vbInformation, "VBA ISNULL Function Example"
End Sub
```

Here,

**sOutput = IsNull(unassigned)** is applying IsNull test for the unassigned value.

But look carefully that, there is no reference declared for the unassigned value. Contrary to the previous section, we have a reference cell **B3 **for the test value.

**Step 2:**

- Finally, save and run the program to see the result.

Consequently, the dialog box below will pop up with the message ** ‘False’ **as the value was undefined but not null or invalid.

**Read More:** **How to Use VBA IsEmpty Function (5 Relevant Examples)**

### 5. Test an Expression for Null with VBA IsNull

Finally, here may be the required section where we will test a **null **expression. The steps are as same as the previous ones just modification in expression.

**Step 1:**

- Like previously,
**Insert**a new**Module** - Then, copy the following
**VBA codes**to paste.

```
Sub VBA_IsNull()
Dim Test As Variant
Dim Answer As Boolean
Test = Range("B3").Value
Answer = IsNull(Test)
MsgBox "Is the Test is null? : " & Answer, vbInformation, "VBA ISNULL Function Example"
End Sub
```

Here,

**Test = Null** is the declaration of test value as null.

**Step 2:**

- To run the program, save and click run.

Therefore, you will get the result ** ‘True’ **as it is a null expression.

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## Conclusion

To sum it all up, I hope this post has demonstrated how to use the **VBA IsNull function **in Excel to test an expression for multiple conditions. All of these techniques should be learned and used in your data. Examine the practice book and put what you’ve learned into practice. Because of your support, we’re able to continue to provide programs like these.

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