replacing a zero result with a blank
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    here is the formula:
    =SUMIF(Jan!$A$23:$A$100,"=4",Jan!M$23:$M$100)

    here is the question:
    if the condition is not met, then a zero is placed in the cell, how can I replace this with a blank

    PS have tried
    =IF(SUMIF(Jan!$A$23:$A$100,"=3",Jan!$M$23:$M$100),"")

    but FALSE is returned instead.


    [ This Message was edited by: Tyre on 2002-02-18 11:07 ]

    [ This Message was edited by: Tyre on 2002-02-18 11:08 ]

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    Technically, an Excel formula cannot produce a blank cell... Consider using a number format to hide the presence of the zero such as...

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