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Removing "FALSE" from an IF statement with a VLOOKUP [Solved]

Ask a question RayRay - Last answered on Mar 29, 2016 09:05AM
Hello,
I would like to remove the "FALSE" result I get when using my IF formula.
The formula is a VLOOKUP that is looking at 2 different cells.

=IF(B1>0,VLOOKUP(B1,'Customer Number'!A2:C415,3,FALSE),IF(B2>0,VLOOKUP(B2,'Partner Number'!A2:B25050,2,FALSE)))

Any help would be great!
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RayRay, good morning.

The problem is missing the action about 2nd IF

See it below:

=IF( B1>0,
.............VLOOKUP(B1,'Customer Number'!A2:C415,3,FALSE),
.............IF( B2>0,
.........................VLOOKUP(B2,'Partner Number'!A2:B25050,2,FALSE),
.........................??? (What to do?)
................)
......)

Fill any action to this 2nd part of IF and it´s OK.
Please, tell us if it worked for you.

Is it what you want?
I hope it helps.
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Belo Horizonte, Brasil.
Marcílio Lobão
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This worked, Thank you.
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