Formula

Pjesani

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How do get to display blank for values that are zeros or null in the formula below

=HLOOKUP($I8,'O:\Store\estman\Exportdirectory\[Export data file.xls]Export_data'!$A$1:$IT$45,MATCH(J$1,'O:\Store\estman\Exportdirectory\[Export data file.xls]Export_data'!$A$1:$A$45,0),FALSE)
 

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P Sitaram

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Since you are referring to an external file, it is best to add another column with a formula:

=IF(OR(ISERROR(A1),A1=0),"",A1)
 

Ed B. Delen

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Hi its simple one...

just click : format, options click on zero values(should be unchecked)

ed
 

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