1. Stop #N/A Showing on a spreadsheet
2. Stop #N/A
3. Stopping #N/A from vlookup
4. stop #N/A value returning in sumproduct formula
5. Stop #N/A! in Lookup Formulas
6. Multiple IF Functions to Stop #N/A in VLOOKUP
7. Stop #N/A! In Index Match Formula
8. Compare 2 columns of many serial files and insert where #N/A or 0 the value
9. Not have #N/A show up in cell
10. Exclude #N/A from "SMALL" formula??
11. N/A in Sums
12. error message handling #N/A
13. Comes up #n/a, what do I do?
14. Getting rid of the #N/A in a vlookup
15. Can I make #N/A show as 0?
16. Error of N/A when summing up columns using index and match for multiple worksheets
17. how to get rid of #N/A
18. #VALUE! and #N/A errors
19. Ignoring #n/a
I have a list that I have validated as a list with a blank on top to enable data override.
I have a formula that uses the content of this cell, c7 say, to perform so vlookup function and return a result. However,
when the cell c7 is blank( meaning the blank cell in the list is selected), the result is #N/A.
I am trying to have that result be a blank.
The formula is as follows, assuming c7 is the data containing cell:
I think I just don't have enough experience with IF, ISNA and VLOOKUP functions to figure this one out. What I'm trying to do
is bypass the first IF formula that returns a true result when the vlookup in the IF statement returns an N/A.
have two columns and if the target isn't in the first column it'll be in the 2nd column. The problem is that it looks for the
target in the first column only and never gets to the 2nd column due to the fact that the IF formula returns TRUE. Perhaps
looking at an example would make it easier to understand what I'm talking about.
I am working on a formula that, eventually, I would like to be inserted into cells using VBA's FormulaArray Range function.
Unfortunately, in its present state, the formula is too long and clumsy to meet the 255 character limit on that function.
While I know that I can easily shorten the current formula with simple adjustments, such as using named ranges, I still am
forced to ask whether the design of the formula itself could not be improved.
The heart of the formula is an
Index/Match combination which will search if any line on the 'Archive' sheet meets the three criteria on the line specified
in the 'Data Log' sheet. If so, it returns the value from a particular column of the matching row on the archive sheet. If
not, it returns N/A.
In an effort to circumvent this
unsightly N/A result I have attempted to use the ISNA function paired with an IF statement. The idea is that if the result
is N/A then "Pending" will display instead. Otherwise the result of the indexing formula will display. This approach is
=IF(ISNA(index function), "pending", index function)
The problem, of course, is that
the indexing formula is rather long, and, with this approach, I am required to put its entire contents in the formula twice.
I would greatly appreciate any help in streamlining this formula. Remember, the final goal is simply to search the 'Archive'
sheet for a single line meeting three criteria and return a value from a fourth column, or if not return "pending".
I have many serial files in a folder like spect1, spect2....spect35 and 2 vital columns D,E
these columns sometimes a #N/A or 0 or null appears in E and I dont want it to appear.
What can I do to compare
the D,E of all files and insert the value (which is text) in E when it finds #N/A or 0 or null. For example in D in 3 files
the number 49868686 shows. In one of these 3 files in E the #N/A shows in the other 2 files the material name ACC-FM30A. Well
I d like this name to be shown instead of #N/A because the macro compares the D and finds 49868686 in all 3 cases. This is
of course impossible for me so help is appreciated.
However I append these 2 columnss of many serial files with
the code that a dear member provided
I have no idea how the previous problem I mentioned could be inserted in this macro!!!!So all tasks are done at the same
Dim SummaryFile As String, SummarySheet As String, DataFile As String, DataSheet As String
Dim SearchDir As String
Dim NextRow As Long, LastDataRow As Long
Dim i As Integer
I'm using the following formula to find out the smallest number in a set of numbers, and it is currently
excluding 0 and numbers < 0 so it gives me an actual price number. However, some of the rows includes "#N/A" because not all
fields contain a price, but it doesn't work when "#N/A" shows.
I am working on learning vlookups..
I have enclosed a snapshot of what i am trying to get rid of..
The vlookups work fine, but when I auto-filled to have the rest fill in (like a list of products and their costs), where
there is no value yet, you get that #N/A symbol. And, because of that symbol, I cannot get a running tally for the total
cost..that also comes up #N/A.
Is there a way to not have this(#N/A) show, when there is no value yet in that row
to fill in the lookups, and also have a total work with that column that now does have that showing??
I hope that
makes sense, but I think the snapshot shows it best.
I having trouble with my worksheet. I would like to sum up monthly sales totals for individual sales people on a main
worksheet. On a worksheet I have monthly sales tabs from Jan - Apr but will continually add to it. I am using index and
match to sum up the totals for each sales employee based on a code name, but run into an error if N/A if a sales employee
does not have any sales for a particular month. On my main worksheet I have 5 different product categories to total.
My formula is :
=INDEX(Apr!A:O,MATCH('all '!A:A,Apr!B:B,0),14)+ INDEX(Mar!A:O,MATCH('all '!A:A,Mar!B:B,0),14) + INDEX(Feb!A:O,MATCH('all
'!A:A,Feb!B:B,0),14) + INDEX(Jan!A:O,MATCH('all '!A:A,Jan!B:B,0),14)
My spreadsheet is attached. What can I do
to resolve the N/A showing up for blank data? Any help is greatly appreciated!