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You can make a 'button' to generate random numbers by adding a checkbox somewhere in your Google Sheet. Simply select a cell and go to Insert ➜ Checkbox in the main menu. When you click on a checkbox in Google Sheets the underlying value in the cell changes from FALSE to TRUE (and vice versa for unchecking).What is the range of the rand function in Google Sheets?
In Google Sheets, when generating a random value between 0 and 1, the RAND function returns a random number between 0 inclusive and 1 exclusive. While it is usual to describe the range of values generated by the function as being from 0 to 1, in truth, it is more exact to say the range is between 0 and 0.99999999....How to insert a random number into a range in Excel?
While you could modify the function to generate other ranges, the RANDBETWEEN function is a much simpler way to accomplish this. Click on a cell where you want to insert a random number and type =RANDBETWEEN (<Low>, <High>) but replace <Low> and <High> with the range in which you want the random number to fall.How do I generate more than 5 random numbers?
Generate more than 5 random numbers (using the RANDARRAY function) By generating more than 5 random numbers you increase the likelihood that at least 5 of the numbers will be unique - and that's what you really want. In the examples below you will generate 10 times the required amount of numbers.