How to get a function in VBA to return NA?

VBADummy

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I searched this in the boards and could not find an answer. If it has been covered, I am sorry. I am new to the board.

How do you get a function that you write in VBA to return an excel NA()? I have tried almost everything and can not get it to work.

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Wildcard in VLOOKUP
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Example:

Code:
Function MyFunc(arg) As Variant
    If IsNumeric(arg) Then
        MyFunc = arg * 2
    Else
        MyFunc = CVErr(xlErrNA)
    End If
End Function

For other possibilites check out the XlCVError constants in the Object Browser.
 
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