NA's show on printing

rex759

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Joined
Nov 8, 2004
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587
Office Version
  1. 365
Platform
  1. Windows
I used conditional formating to hide the NA's which worked great until I printed the sheet. Do I use ISERROR OR ISNA?

=IF(N(G4),INDEX(SHEET2!$D:$D,MATCH(G4,SHEET2!$A:$A,0),0),"")
 

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sbendbuckeye

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Messages
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This shoud do it with IsError:

=If(IsError(YourEntireExpression),"",YourEntireExpression)
 

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