Conditional formatting

Glenno557

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Using Excel 2013, I have used index/match query, where the result in some cells returns as #N/A due to the source not containing a number that I've specified. I'd like to conditionally format the "#N/A" result to show as "0", but have been unable to turn up a solution, short of downloading software to do it. Any help would be much appreciated? Cheers
 

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Glenno557

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Excellent! That worked perfectly - thanks a lot, good stuff!
 

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