How about this?
I am having problems trying to combine a Vlookup and If statement.
The formula I have written is: =IF(VLOOKUP(B386,Extensions!$A$4:$D$128,3,FALSE)="","",VLOOKUP(B386,Extensions!$A$4:$D$128,3,FALSE))
The problem is that where the Vlookup does not find the entry in B386 I am getting the error "N/A" appearing. This is correct because the value in B386 (for example) does not exist in the sheet I am looking up.
What I want to happen is that rather than "N/A" being shown I would like a blank space to be entered.
Can anyone tell me how I can force a blank space (hence why have used "" within my formula) rather than the default "N/A" which the vlookup throws up?
I am looking for some help with combining VLOOKUP and IF statements.
The plan is to have a form with dependant drop down boxes that reply on data ranges however I want the data ranges to be defined in real time from another workbook. I.E. so they are not static ranges.
Does anyone have any sugestions on how this could be achieved?
Thanks in advance for your help.
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