Vlookup query

Ben_Holmes

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Joined
Mar 30, 2004
Messages
147
Hi,

I am using the following formula.

=VLOOKUP(BG5,Period105!$B$7:$E$1500,2,FALSE)

However if the formula returns #N/a I would like it to say no return.

How do I do this.

Thanks

Ben
 

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patrickmuldoon99

Active Member
Joined
Jun 27, 2006
Messages
345
Hi Ben,

Try:

=IF(ISNA(VLOOKUP(BG5,Period105!$B$7:$E$1500,2,FALSE)),"No Return",VLOOKUP(BG5,Period105!$B$7:$E$1500,2,FALSE) )

Patrick
 

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