Vlookup IFNA

rtb2399

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Hi, I am using Office 2007 and due to word differences in my Look Up Value I want to have a Vlookup that looks at one value and if it returns a #NA then I want the formula to look up a different a Different Lookup Value to find the correct result. Can anyone please show me how to do this in a formula fortmat? Thank you so much in advance! If you need anymore information please just let me know




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delaneyjm

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Apr 22, 2009
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Without knowing more about your formula, try this construct:

=IF(ISNA(YOUR_FIRST_VLOOKUP(...)),
YOUR_SECOND_VLOOKUP(...),
YOUR_FIRST_VLOOKUP(...))
 

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