Excel "IF" formula problem
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Jul 2, 2009 at 02:44 PM
rizvisa1 Posts 4478 Registration date Thursday January 28, 2010 Status Contributor Last seen May 5, 2022  Jan 29, 2010 at 10:22 PM
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mubashir aziz
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Jul 2, 2009 at 11:15 PM
Jul 2, 2009 at 11:15 PM
the problem is occurring because of "" "text" To avoid the "" error you can enter below formula
=IF(SUM(C2,E2:F2)>0,SUM(N(C2)N(D2)+N(E2)+N(F2)),"")
OR
=IF(SUM(C2,E2:F2)>0,N(C2)SUM(E2:F2),"")
both will work fine ....
=IF(SUM(C2,E2:F2)>0,SUM(N(C2)N(D2)+N(E2)+N(F2)),"")
OR
=IF(SUM(C2,E2:F2)>0,N(C2)SUM(E2:F2),"")
both will work fine ....
Thank you so much, it worked!
May I ask, what does the N mean? I've never seen that before.
=IF(SUM(C2,E2:F2)>0,SUM(N(C2)N(D2)+N(E2)+N(F2)),"")
May I ask, what does the N mean? I've never seen that before.
=IF(SUM(C2,E2:F2)>0,SUM(N(C2)N(D2)+N(E2)+N(F2)),"")
I tried doing the same thig by adding all the rows with FT and H but I still keep getting #Value result. What I am doing wrong?
=SUM(IF(($G$6:$G$1476="FT")*($F$6:$F$1476="H"),1,0))
Thanks in advance for your help!
Joan
=SUM(IF(($G$6:$G$1476="FT")*($F$6:$F$1476="H"),1,0))
Thanks in advance for your help!
Joan
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Jul 5, 2009 at 10:35 PM
Jul 5, 2009 at 10:35 PM
Here I used N() to convert the text into value "0". Below example will explain remain usage of N()
A2=7 A3=Hello A4=TRUE A5=4/17/2008 Formula Description (Result) =N(A2) Because A2 contains a number, it is returned (7) =N(A3) Because A3 contains text, 0 is returned (0, see above) =N(A4) Because A4 is the logical value TRUE, 1 is returned (1, see above) =N(A5) Because A5 is a date, the serial number is returned (varies with the date system used) =N("7") Because "7" is text, 0 is returned (0, see above)
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Dec 8, 2009 at 07:47 PM
Dec 8, 2009 at 07:47 PM
HI ,I need help with very simple formula that doesent work for me ,I'm not an expert so I tried some advices form this and some other forums but its still giving me error message,help:(
well my formula should look something like this
=IF(D11=1;F5,IF(D11=2;F6,IF(D11>2;0)))
maybe im useing old version but I have to input ; instead of , for the equasion to work,i also tried copy paste from some other posts but it still gives me error meassage ,ctrl+shift+enter dont work either...
is there any other way to do this??
Thanks a lot for help
well my formula should look something like this
=IF(D11=1;F5,IF(D11=2;F6,IF(D11>2;0)))
maybe im useing old version but I have to input ; instead of , for the equasion to work,i also tried copy paste from some other posts but it still gives me error meassage ,ctrl+shift+enter dont work either...
is there any other way to do this??
Thanks a lot for help
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Jan 29, 2010 at 10:22 PM
Isnt the last If clause missing the value in case of "false" condition, I wonder if that is the reason