Vlookup gives 0 if cell is blank

vivekshanghvi

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Vlookup returns zero if the particular cell is blank. is there any way by which the result is blank instead of zero.
 

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mtb'r

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Vlookup returns zero if the particular cell is blank. is there any way by which the result is blank instead of zero.
Use an IF statement.
=if(vlookup(A1,B:D,2,0)=0,"",vlookup(A1,B:D,2,0))
 

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Vlookup returns zero if the particular cell is blank. is there any way by which the result is blank instead of zero.

Hi...try this

For Example if u want the data from coulmn 3 -->
IF(ISERROR(VLOOKUP(A1,1:65536,3,FALSE))," ",VLOOKUP(A1,1:65536,3,FALSE))

take care !
 

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