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Hello

I am trying to do a vlookup using if(isNa... and if isn't not found, I want
it to show a zero instead of #VAlue!. Not sure why #Value is showing up, as
opposed to the #N/A.
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VLOOKUP might be returning #VALUE
ISNA only checks for #N/A error... Use ISERROR if you want to suppress
#VALUE errors too...



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Hello

I am trying to do a vlookup using if(isNa... and if isn't not found, I want
it to show a zero instead of #VAlue!. Not sure why #Value is showing up, as
opposed to the #N/A.
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Thanks

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There's a few possibly on retruning #Value, for your case, i can think of :
1) cells that are referenced by the formula contain does not contain valid
values.

2) you have supply a range instead of a value

your formula should look like this
=IF(ISNA(VLOOKUP(lookup value,table, col number,0)),"",VLOOKUP(lookup
value,table, col number,0))

If the above don't works, pls show your formula.
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"user" wrote:

Hello

I am trying to do a vlookup using if(isNa... and if isn't not found, I want
it to show a zero instead of #VAlue!. Not sure why #Value is showing up, as
opposed to the #N/A.
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Thanks



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