If formula puts result in when cell is blank but I want to show Zero instead

Leicester City Fox

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Hi All

I have a formula that works in a table : =IF([@[GroupedCommissioned Weekly Cost ]]>750,"more than £750","Less than£750")
Grouped Commissioned Weekly Cost
More Or Less than £750

Less than £750
£91.98
Less than £750
£61.32
Less than £750
<tbody> </tbody>

In the blank it is stating less than £750 when the cell isBlank. I just don’t want it to returnzero if cell is blank.
Any ideas on improving my formula to do this?

Leicester Fox

 

Fluff

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How about
=IF([@[GroupedCommissioned Weekly Cost ]]="",0,if([@[GroupedCommissioned Weekly Cost ]]>750,"more than £750","Less than£750"))
 

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