I keep a complete inventory list in Excel XP (2002 ver), I have to include what our 40+ routes have on there trucks. They use computers to track there sales & inventory so I download there totals after they come in and upload there info. I querry a summery of there there inventorys and import it to a seperate sheet in the workbook. Then I use VLOOKUP to find the items and return the quanties to the inventory spreadsheet. If they don't have an item on there truck that we carry VLOOKUP returns a #N/A because it's not in the imported list and then that column will not add up. The numbers must be accurate so I have to use the false statment. Is there a way in the in the VLOOKUP formula to say if you can't find an item return a quanity of "0" instead of #N/A. The list is several hundred items long and changes daily I can't guarntee where in the imported data an item may or maynot be it has to search and look it up if it's there. The workaround I have been using is to manually find all the #N/A's and add them to the imported list and give them a quanity of "0" but this is time consuming and defeats the purpose of having the spreadsheet do the woke for you. Thank you for any help anyone may give.