# blank cells

#### medic63

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If I wanted a cell on a form to remain blank if a value was less than a trigger value how would I do it?

example if on a form you entered on a form profits from monday in colum A1 and tuesday in b1 and c1 was a total colum and d1 was a bonus colum of \$10 that came into effect if the profits for mon and tues where over \$40.00.

c1 would have =A1+B1
d1 would be =(IF(C1<=40,0,IF(C1>=41,10,)))

what do I use in place of the value "0" on the first formula to have the cell remain blank instead of the zero apearing in d1 if the value was less than 40

thanks

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so simple thanks

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