If conditions having #VALUE

Harold Garcia

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¦ 8:34 ¦

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8:34 AM

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¦18:46 ¦
6:46 PM

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</tbody>
¦ ¦
#VALUE!

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</tbody>
____________
#VALUE!

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</tbody>
Day-Off ¦

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</tbody>
#VALUE!

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</tbody>

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</tbody>

this is the original formula
=TIMEVALUE(SUBSTITUTE(A1,"¦",""))

Problem is when i drag the data it put #VALUE...
I need to return the Day-Off ¦ as D-Off
and the no data as blank...
 

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NBVC

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You can use IFERROR()

e.g

=IFERROR(TIMEVALUE(SUBSTITUTE(A1,"¦","")),"")
 

NBVC

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Try:

=IFERROR(IF(ISNUMBER(SEARCH("Day-off",A1)),"D-off",TIMEVALUE(SUBSTITUTE(A1,"¦",""))),"")
 

Harold Garcia

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Can i add several condition?

Like FL, SL etc...
 

NBVC

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You can create a little table somewhere with the search criteria (e.g Day-off) and the corresponding returns (e.g D-off) ...

then try:

=IFERROR(VLOOKUP(TRIM(SUBSTITUTE(A1,"¦","")),$X$1:$Y$10,2,0),IFERROR(TIMEVALUE(SUBSTITUTE(A1,"¦","")),""))

where X1:Y10 contains your lookup table.
 

NBVC

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I have contributed to your thread with a basic start based on the above.
 

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