Lookups - how to return zero?

james.cowan

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Joined
Mar 8, 2004
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Hello!

I am currently doing a lot of vlookups in spreadsheets, but on some occasions the lookup will return #N/A. I realise this means that there is nothing to match the lookup with, but in this instance is it possible to get the#N/A to simply appear as a zero instead?

Thanks.
 

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masim

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Joined
Jun 19, 2003
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Hello

try this

=if(isna(your vlookupformula)),0,(your vlookupformula)))

search for ISNA in help too.

Regards
Asim
 

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