ignore error #N/A in if or statement

Chris_Ingram

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I'm trying to do an if/or statement. However one or more of my cells contains a legitimate error (#N/A) from vlookups which I cannot fix in order for another formula to work.

Let's say the 3 columns are G,H and I. These columns are returning TRUE, FALSE or #N/A as their values. If any of them show FALSE, i want this to show FALSE in column J, otherwise leave blank.

In column J I have =IF(OR(G2=FALSE,H2=FALSE,I2=FALSE),"FALSE"," ")

I've tried playing around with ISNA and IFISERROR/IFERROR, but can't seem to get it.
 
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JoeMo

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Does this do what you want?

=IFERROR(LOOKUP(FALSE,G2:I2,G2:I2),"")
 

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