Blank cell vs. cell with a 0 numerical value

dunmore83

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Hi,

I need the following formula to treat a cell with a blank value compared to a cell with a 0 numerical value differently;

=IF($G226>TODAY(),"",IF($AT226=0,0,IF($AT226="",BC225,(AT226/$CG226))))

However it is treating AT226 the same whether it has a 0 value or whether it is blank.

Any ideas how to resolve this issue?

Thanks
 

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gaz_chops

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Try

=IF($G226>TODAY(),"",IF(and($AT226<>"",$AT226=0),0,IF($AT226="",BC225,(AT226/$CG226))))
 
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