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    With v-look up i get the number 0 in a cell that should be empty. How can i get the cell to be blank when no data should be there.

    Please advice on solution.

    Thanks, roy

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    On 2002-04-01 11:25, royhern wrote:
    With v-look up i get the number 0 in a cell that should be empty. How can i get the cell to be blank when no data should be there.

    Please advice on solution.

    Thanks, roy
    Care to post the VLOOKUP formula that you're using?


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    Probably:

    =if(isblank(vlookup(cell,range,column)),"",vlookup(cell,range,column)
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    Try this, changing the ranges of course.

    =IF((VLOOKUP($H2,$A$2:$D$4,B$1,FALSE))="","",(VLOOKUP($H2,$A$2:$D$4,B$1,FALSE)))

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