Hi I run Excel 2K I have a VLOOKUP table that returns the value of #N/A in some cells. This is not a problem. I am looking to have a formula in an adjacent cell that looks at the #N/A and returns somthing like this: =IF(L112=#N/A,"NO","YES) (I have tired this but it returns the value of #N/A) I have also tried =IF(VALUE(L112)=#N/A,"NO,"YES) but thie returns #VALUE! I have also tried putting the #N/A in inverted commas ("#N/A") but this also does not work. Any Ideas? Thanks John You can use: =if(isna(l112),"no","yes") J...

I have values that continues to change, sometimes I get a return #N/A. Is it possible to change the formula to have the returned value #N/ changed to 0 (zero)? I need help! Thank -- Message posted from http://www.ExcelForum.com BannerBrat =IF(ISNA(your formula),0,your formula) Regards Trevor "BannerBrat >" <<BannerBrat.10pqmg@excelforum-nospam.com> wrote in message news:BannerBrat.10pqmg@excelforum-nospam.com... > I have values that continues to change, sometimes I get a return #N/A. > Is it possible to change the formula to have the returned value #N/A >...

Would appreciate some help on this............ I have some formulas set up in a spreadsheet that other people will fill progressively. In cells where the formula has no feeder' data to provide a result it displays "#N/A". Is there something I can add to the formula to make the cell appear blank unless there is data to go in there? Hi Bunny! Use: =IF(ISNA(YourFormula),"",Yourformula) -- Regards Norman Harker MVP (Excel) Sydney, Australia njharker@optusnet.com.au Thank you again Mr Harker "Norman Harker" <njharker@optusnet.com.au> wrote in me...

Hi I would like to ignore cells which reflect #n/a and consider cells with a value from 0 .... , here is my current formula "=SUM(I32:I53)/(COUNT(I32:I53)-COUNTIF(I32:I53,0)) " i currently have a formula in cells i32:i53. thanx =SUM(IF(ISNA(I32:I53),"",I32:I53))/(COUNT(I32:I53)-COUNTIF(I32:I53,0)) as an array formula (Control Shift Enter) -- David Biddulph "GENO" <GENO@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:33EA42F6-567F-4F9F-B8A6-01D602855D66@microsoft.com... > Hi > > I would like to ignore cells which reflect #...

Hello! I am currently working with SQL.REQUEST and have run into a brick wall. I have installed the add-in, and am trying to use it to pull information based on a value in an existing spreadsheet, and for some reason it keeps giving me #VALUE errors. I would really appreciate any help you could offer me on this, thank you in advance! Here is the formula I am using, is there something wrong with it? =SQL.REQUEST("DSN=xxx;UID=xxx;PWD=xxx;Database=xxx","SELECT 'Course Status' FROM 'Course Detail View' WHERE ('Course Detail View'.'Course Code&#...

With the following in my sheet... A B C 1 4 2 5 {=MATCH(5,A2:A2,0)} 3 6 {=MATCH(5,ABS(A2:A2),0)} B2 returns 1, while B3 returns #N/A. Why? -Rishi You can't have an array range as an argument to ABS( ) - it must be a single cell or number. Pete On Feb 29, 3:42=A0pm, rishiy...@gmail.com wrote: > With the following in my sheet... > > =A0 =A0 =A0 =A0 A =A0 =A0 =A0 B =A0 =A0 =A0 C > 1 =A0 =A0 =A0 4 > 2 =A0 =A0 =A0 5 =A0 =A0 =A0 {=3DMATCH(5,A2:A2,0)} > 3 =A0 =A0 =A0 6 =A0 =A0 =A0 {=3DMATCH(5,ABS(A2:A2),0)} > > B2 returns 1, while B3 returns #N/A. Why? > > -...

I am trying to sum a colume that has some cells with '#N/A'. The cell with the total, displays a '#N/A' now. How can I have that cell display the total of the numbers entered when there are the errors in the sumed cells. Thanks. =SUM(IF(ISERROR(A1:A100),0,A1:A100)) an array formula. Must be entered with CNTRL-SHFT-ENTER rather than just the ENTER key. -- Gary''s Student - gsnu200800 "Loren Newton" wrote: > I am trying to sum a colume that has some cells with '#N/A'. The cell with > the total, displays a '#N/A' now. How ca...

Hi, I'd like a macro to look into range "A1:A100" and if it finds "#N/A", to clear the content. but because the content in my range "A1:A100" is updated through the =vlookup, the macro can't seem to find that the cell is "#N/A". What should I do? Thanks! Val Try this: Dim cell as variant sub FindItNow() for each cell in range("A1:A100") if not cell.value then cell.value="" else end if next end if end sub Try it on a copy first before you try anything on the real thing, just in case! Mark E. Philpot >-----Orig...

=SUMIF(Range,"<>#N/A") or remove the cause that give the #N/A result =IF(ISNA(A2),"",A2) -- Regards, Peo Sjoblom "bakerbabe" <bakerbabe@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:6234E075-3C49-4182-83CB-23CCB10186C3@microsoft.com... > =SUM(IF(ISNA(D1:D5),0,D1:D5)) enter as an array formulas - use SHIFT+CTRL+ENTER -- Bernard V Liengme www.stfx.ca/people/bliengme remove caps from email "bakerbabe" <bakerbabe@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:6234E075-3C49-4182-83CB-23CCB10186C3@microsoft.com... >...

Hi all Is there anyway when doing a vlookup to tell excel if the value you are looking up does not exsist to give 0 instead of just getting a #N/A ref, to enable you still to sum the column. Guy -- Guy Wates ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Guy Wates's Profile: http://www.excelforum.com/member.php?action=getinfo&userid=2931 View this thread: http://www.excelforum.com/showthread.php?threadid=476221 Guy Wates Wrote: > Hi all > > Is there anyway when doing a vlookup to tell excel if the value you ar > looking up does not exs...

My model is built. Using #N/A - my chart displays perfectly, zeros suppressed. This formula is what feeds the values in my chart series =IF(ISERROR(((AVERAGE(SHEET1!BE2:BM2))*(100/5))),””,((AVERAGE(SHEET1!BE2:BM2))*(100/5))) If I alter that error handling to:=IF(ISERROR(((AVERAGE(SHEET1!BE2:BM2))*(100/5))),"#N/A",((AVERAGE(SHEET1!BE2:BM2))*(100/5))) Zero still displays… If I may ask – how would I alter this formula to function they way I hope it would? Sincerely, Arturo =IF(ISERROR(((AVERAGE(SHEET1!BE2:BM2))*(100/5))),#N/A,((AVERAGE(SHEET1!BE2:BM2))*(100/5))) "Arturo&quo...

Is there a way to ignore #n/a in the sum function? Here is what I a trying to do. I matched cost and revenue of 2000 machines by usin vlookup function. There are some unmatched revenue and unmatched cos items. I want to know how much cost I was able to match and see wha portion is unmatched. Right now, I am sorting all the N/As and then using the sum functio for the rest. I need to resort if I want to get the detail by model. Thanks for your help. BG -- Message posted from http://www.ExcelForum.com Just a suggestion: would the SUMIF function help? Perhaps if it's used together...

hi, i am trying to make a stock register. I have the following row fields: Product, transaction_date and following data fields: receipt, issue, balance (balance is a calculated field whose formula is receipt - issue and shown as running total with base of transaction_date) it is running perfectly allright till i add one more row field called transaction_no after transaction_date. the running total column gives me a #N/A. I am trying to make a stock register that shows the product, dates and transaction no's of each product and five a running total at the end of every transaction. i...

I have a Vlookup formula that looks up a date on another worksheet if the date is there. The date may or may not be entered each time therefore the #N/A is returned as the value when the date is not there. The cell with the Vlookup formula is linked to another worksheet with a basic sum function which will not work because of the #N/A that is on the Vlookup spreadsheet. Is there anyway to keep the #N/A from populating that cell with the Vlookup formula? Thanks for the help. Todd Yes, use the ISERROR() function. e.g. IF(ISERROR(VLOOKUP(.....)=TRUE),0,VLOOKUP(....)). ----------...

Hi all, I've got a VLOOKUP list that, if nothing is in the a cell it is lookin up in returns a "#N/A" cell value. No problem there. However, I'd lik to hide these values, and just keep the returned VLOOKUP values. I thought this would be done easiest using conditional formatting o the cells, and setting the font colour to white if the cell value wa "#N/A". I tried the following condition: Cell Value / equal to / #N/A But Excel doesn't seem to like this. I've also tried the #N/A i inverted commas, and also typing #N/A in a cell (let's say A50) an doi...

Just started Excel today I organised a simple VLookup The range is 25,000 names. Cheating a bit, I pasted the formula I use in MSWorks and added the "False" because I need the lookup to give me the ref number on the <first> name in the array it recognises There may be up to 10 instances in date order in the array "=IF(ISERR(VLOOKUP(B20150,$B$2:$C$11494,2,FALSE)),"NIL",(VLOOKUP(B20150,$B$2:$C$11494,2,FALSE))) Everything works suitably, but I would like to get rid of the #N/A I tried "ERROR.TYPE" which worked OK but the strange thing is, the #NA was re...

Just a quick prob someone might be able to help with. I've got a master file linked to numerous subfiles which extracts data to form a matrix. Essentially it looks for a matching date in the subfile and returns the appropriate entry using: =INDEX('Z:\[Bath.xls]Availability'!$B$13:$V$13,1,MATCH(B3,'Z:\[Bath.xls]Avai lability'!$B$10:$V$10)) This works fine as long as the entries in the subfile are numeric values. If they are changed to text the formula returns #N/A although if both files are open and you change the data "live" its okay, you only seem to get the er...

Hi, I'm using the following expression to return the mode of a list of numbers: =IF(H1028="","",MODE(H1028:H1031)) If the four checked cells all have values but there's no two values the same (i.e. no mode) what I need is an expression that will return me a default value of 2 rather than the #N/A error value. Thanks for looking, Steve. =IF(ISERROR(MODE(A1028:A31)),2,MODE(A1028:A31)) Regards, Stefi „Struggling in Sheffield” ezt írta: > Hi, > I'm using the following expression to return the mode of a list of numbers: > > =IF(H1028="...

Hi I am doing a vlookup on cell a12 which looks up the entry from a12 in another tab. When the info from cell a12 is not in the other tab reference I am looking up I get a #n/a error. I would like to return a zero or a blank when the lookup does not return a match from cell a12 =VLOOKUP($A12,Sheet2!$D$15:$N$244,B$3,0) Please help. Regards Brian Hi Brian, try it this way: =3DIF(ISNA(VLOOKUP($A12,Sheet2!$D$15:$N$244,B $3,0)),"",VLOOKUP($A12,Sheet2!$D$15:$N$244,B$3,0)) You can change the "" in the middle to 0 if you prefer that. Hope this helps. Pete On Apr 23, 2:44...

I used the NA() function suggested by Tushar for line charts to avoi plotting blank cells as 0s. It worked great. When I try it for column chart, the #N/A data label appears when I select show dat labels. I have the following data: Joe 8 10 80% Bob 8.5 10 85% John 9 10 90% Joyce 9.5 10 95% Cindy 10 10 100% Paul 10 10 100% Al 0 0 #N/A Julie 0 0 #N/A I calculate the % with the following formula: =IF(C1=0,NA(),B1/C1) When I plot the data in column 1 and 4 in a column chart and show th data labels, the #N/A appears. How can I get rid of this withou having to modify the chart each time? (...

Hi, I thought I would find a simple soution to this problem, but I haven' so far. I am simply wanting to average a large number of data groups but I really need to be able to skip the errors automatically. Is thi possible? The reason I need this is because I will have averages running alon the bottom of columns and along the end of the rows (so there are a lo of calculations), and the #N/As need to stay in because they translat through as discontinuities in line graphs I have plotted from th data. Can you help? Many thanks duncan -- duncan ------------------------------------------...

I am not good at this at all, novice at best. This is my current formula, are you able to tell me how to alter my formula to yield a - or 0? I appreciate your help =VLOOKUP(F12:F45,Sheet3!G4:H51,2,FALSE) =IF(ISERROR(VLOOKUP(F12:F45,Sheet3!G4:H51,2,FALSE)),"-",VLOOKUP(F12:F45,Sheet3!G4:H51,2,FALSE)) -- Best Regards, Luke M *Remember to click "yes" if this post helped you!* "smiley61799" wrote: > I am not good at this at all, novice at best. This is my current formula, > are you able to tell me how to alter my formula to yield a - or 0? I >...

I want to have a blank field return instead of #N/A when my VLOOKUP is false. How would I change my current formula to do that? Here is the formula currently used: =VLOOKUP(A10,DC$7:DH$801,4,1)*D10 Any help would be appreciated. Hi try =IF(ISNA(VLOOKUP(A10,DC$7:DH$801,4,1)),"",VLOOKUP(A10,DC$7:DH$801,4,1)* D10) -- Regards Frank Kabel Frankfurt, Germany "Golf Club" <anonymous@discussions.microsoft.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag news:584f01c42d4d$5ec3f9d0$a601280a@phx.gbl... > I want to have a blank field return instead of #N/A when > my VLOOKUP is false. ...

I have done a vlookup in col(b), col(c) and col(d) i want to summarise column b,c,d in column E e.g if col b2 = #na, c2=#na, d2=300 then i want e2=300 if col b3 = 100, c2=#na, d2=#na then i want e2=100 how would i do this?? some sort of OR function? also is there a way to highlight/filter all the rows where b2=#na c2=#na, d2=#na ? this will tell me which rows that are not found in an of my vlookups -- Message posted from http://www.ExcelForum.com If you are getting #n/a as a result of the vlookup statements, tr putting in the following formula. This will produce "Not found&qu...

Hi all, I have a worksheet that records the status of various projects. The formula is dependent on another worksheet, and some of my colleagues have not filled this in, which then returns an #N/A in my project status cell. I would like for this not to be presented and instead simply have a message saying 'None Recorded' (or something along those lines). However, because I have a formula already in the cell, I'm not sure how to do this. The formula is as below: =IF(R105=E129,D129,IF(R103<E134,D133,IF(R103>E136,D137,D135))) Can anyone help me to accomplish my goal? TIA, ...