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Ask a question redbaby 11Posts Monday March 21, 2016Registration date March 24, 2016 Last seen - Last answered on Mar 22, 2016 at 12:50 PM by redbaby
=IF(PaymentDetails!$B22="","",VLOOKUP(PaymentDetails!$B22,AppMember,4,FALSE))*E22

Please everybody, how do I write this formula so as not to return error #value?
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Hi Redbaby,

There is nothing wrong with your formula, so it must be the values.

Is the 4th column of the AppMember range a number?
Is the value in E22 a number?

Otherwise consider posting a sample of what you have.

Best regards,
Trowa

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redbaby 11Posts Monday March 21, 2016Registration date March 24, 2016 Last seen - Mar 22, 2016 at 04:07 AM
Hello Trowa,

Thank you for your time and effort to help.

=IF(PaymentDetails!$B22="","",VLOOKUP(PaymentDetails!$B22,AppMember,4,FALSE))*E22


Yes the 4th column of AppMember range is a number and the value E22 is also a number but the problem I think is the fact that column D of PaymentDetails is vlookup.

That is to say column B of PaymentDetails is validated members name to vlookup members monthly savings of say 10,000 in column D from another sheet, now if the member pays for say two months the formula will multiply the 10,000 by column E(E22) and return 20,000 in column D and this is correct but all the empty cells are returning the error #value.

Thanks once more, I hope I'm able to make you understand.
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Hi Redbaby,

If I understand you correctly you want to display nothing instead of #value.

Try this:
=IF(OR(PaymentDetails!$B22="",ISERROR(VLOOKUP(PaymentDetails!$B22,AppMember,4,FALSE))=TRUE),"",VLOOKUP(PaymentDetails!$B22,AppMember,4,FALSE))*E22

Best regards,
Trowa
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redbaby 11Posts Monday March 21, 2016Registration date March 24, 2016 Last seen - Mar 22, 2016 at 12:33 PM
Thanks a lot,more grace for increase in areas where you desire increase.

Please I need you to advice on the book to read to improve my excel formulas and macros skill.
TrowaD 2128Posts Sunday September 12, 2010Registration date ModeratorStatus March 21, 2017 Last seen - Mar 22, 2016 at 12:42 PM
Never read a book about Excel. Google searches, trial/error and ccm.net is what developed my skills.
redbaby 11Posts Monday March 21, 2016Registration date March 24, 2016 Last seen - Mar 22, 2016 at 12:50 PM
Thanks I appreciate

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