#N/A

ExcelRoy

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Can someone please help,

Is there any way to not show the error "#N/A" when a formula is waiting for criteria

my formula is ;

=INDEX(Supplier!$C$5:$C$505,MATCH(B12,Supplier!$A$ 5:$A$505,0),0)

and works fine when i enter a line, but until i enter the line it shows #N/A and looks un professional

Any ideas

Kind Regards
 

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Joe4

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You can use the ISNA function, i.e.

=IF(ISNA(formula),"",formula)
replace the two formula references with your formula
 

Brian from Maui

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Can someone please help,

Is there any way to not show the error "#N/A" when a formula is waiting for criteria

my formula is ;

=INDEX(Supplier!$C$5:$C$505,MATCH(B12,Supplier!$A$ 5:$A$505,0),0)

and works fine when i enter a line, but until i enter the line it shows #N/A and looks un professional

Any ideas

Kind Regards

=IF(B12="","",INDEX(Supplier!$C$5:$C$505,MATCH(B12,Supplier!$A$ 5:$A$505,0),0))
 

ExcelRoy

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Tried but cannot get to work

=IF(ISNA(=INDEX(Supplier!$C$5:$C$505,MATCH(B6,Supplier!$A$5:$A$505,0),0)),"",=INDEX(Supplier!$C$5:$C$505,MATCH(B6,Supplier!$A$5:$A$505,0),0))

Sorry, but i cannot get this to work?

regards
 

Joe4

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You should only put an equal sign at the very beginning of your formula, and whatch your parentheses i.e.

=IF(ISNA(INDEX(Supplier!$C$5:$C$505,MATCH(B6,Supplier!$A$5:$A$505,0),0),"",INDEX(Supplier!$C$5:$C$505,MATCH(B6,Supplier!$A$5:$A$505,0),0))
 

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