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where cells is NULL, How to display any word instead of Null?

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where cells is NULL, How to display any word instead of Null?
without changing the content of the actual table
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Select A, ISNULL(B, 'AnyValue') from Table1;
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Thank you,
Thats exactly what I was looking for
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Glad to help you LEO-AMR.

I see this is your very first question on EE. Normally when a correct answer is provided to a question, that answer should be accepted. But here, you have accepted your comment as the answer to this question.
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Thank you
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