I am looking for an IF statement that would leave a balance cell blank if both the revenue and expense cells are blank, otherwise a formula would be calculated.

in one column of my spreadsheet and it is returning the correct concatenation for the appropriate lines. However, I wish to have the column's cells return an answer of blank (" ") if B15, B16... etc is blank. In other words, at the moment, a correct answer would read something like '1810sd0000' C10 and B15 used, while an incorrect answer would still display '1810', but I want it to be a blank cell.

If a cell is blank, what is the formula that can be used to place a 0 in that spot if the spot is empty. Also, what is the formula to leave a spot blank if no data can be pulled for its formula (to get rid of a #DIV/0! error).

I have a conditional IF statement, where I want the content of the cell to be blank if the result of the IF statement is false, ie I want the content of the cell to be as if there were no formula in the cell (this if so that the formula COUNTA(Sheet1!$B:$B) only counts the cells where the result is TRUE).

For example, IF(A1=1,1,"") where A1 1, the content of the cell will have something in it (a space), and won't be blank.

I have a nested if statement that doesn't give a blank cell when it is evaluated. The cell is general formatted but results in a '0' in the cell instead of a completely blank cell.

If statement is: =IF('Sales info'!B16="",'Sales info'!B6,IF('Sales info'!B6="","",'Sales info'!B16))

I am trying to write a formula that will return a statement if a certain month is contained in the text within another cell. Formula is =IF(ISERROR(SEARCH("Dec",Assumptions!B2)),"Ensure Journal is Non Reversing","")

Cell B2 contains a date in the format of Dec 08, so if this date contains Dec, then return "Ensure Journal is Non Reversing", if it doesn't then leave the cell blank.

At the moment it is putting in the first test for every month I select and not changing to blank.

I am using the "IF" formula to pull in data into a forms section. I then save the forms section as a CSV file.

When the IF statement returns the "false" value, it is looking to pull over a "blank" cell. When that happems, a "0" pulls over. I tried to put a "" in the blank cell, but while the output of the formulaa looks "Blank" when I convert the tab to CSV, the output is a quote mark ". I need the formula to display a real BLANK cell or something that acts like a blank cell

I'm trying to do several things. I have 6 columns (A:F) with column headers and 12 rows of data and not every cell has a number as its content. Some cells are blank. I have attached my file.

Using Row 2 as my example: 1.) I want to return the contents of the FIRST non-blank cell in the range (A2:F2) in cell I2. 2.) If I2 is not blank, then I want to return the column header (text) which corresponds to the resulting number content of cell I2. 3.) I want to return the contents of NEXT non-blank cell in A2:F2 in cell K2. 4.) If K2 is not blank, then return the column header (text) which corresponds to the resulting number of K2.

I will then repeat the 3rd & 4th scenarios in columns L thru S.

What I’m trying to do is place all non-blank data up in the first-foremost columns (H thru S) as I possibly can so I can use the data from these new columns (H thru S) as my merge fields in a Word document.

I have cells with blanks and cells with numbers ranging form 1 to 5. H5= blank, I5= blank, J5 = 3, K5= blank, L5= blank I need a formula that would search H5-L5 and return just the 3.

In sheet1, A1: =Sheet2!B12 which returns 0 (zero) though B12 of sheet2 is the result of =sum(B1:B11) i.e 660. But if in sheet1 A1=Sheet2!D12 or any other cell in sheet2 instead of B12, A1 gives correct result. That means cell A1 itself is not a problem. I checked format of B12 which is number format.

tgdavis wrote: > formula for the following return last entry in row to > col. g: > > a b c d e > f g > 1 6/7/05 8/3/05 7/2/05 > 7/2/05 > > 2 5/2/05 > 5/2/05 > > 3 7/13/05 8/6/05.........................

is there anyway to have a vlookup formula display a blank cell instead of #N/A if the value it was looking for is not found. For example the first spreadsheet contains the persons name say Bob, the 2nd spreadsheet that the vlookup formula is searching does not contain the name Bob right now excel shows #N/A but what I want it to show is a blank cell. I've tried conditional formating to just white out the text if #N/A appears but can't seem to get that to work.

I have a column of imported data like this, with scattered blank cells:

Rd Frnt200634350464300399636350

I am doing a multiple regression where the above are independent variables. I usually have hundreds of variables in a column like this. Because each cell must have a value in it (the regression won't accept blanks), rather than manually fill the blank cells with a 0, I set up an adjacent column to convert the blanks to a 0 and regress off that column. But every formula I try still produces a blank in that adjacent column. I have tried things like: =IF(A1="",0,A1) but they do not work. I always get a blank in the adjacent column when the original cell is blank. Can't get a 0 in there.

I have a Vlookup, it returns a number, and when it doesn't find a match it returns N/A, and when it does return a match and the return value cell is blank, it returns 0. Is there any way I can have this so when it doesn't find a match, it returns a blank cell, and when it finds a match and there is no value in the return cell, it returns a blank cell as well, rather than 0?

Where I would like it to return a Blank cell if H16 is blank. However it always puts False in the cell because there is a Vlookup that is hidden H16. Is there a way I can make it return as a blank cell instead of false.

Want to look in one column and find the first non-blank numerical value, then have it return a value from another column.

Used to nest multiple IF functions together from different cells, but it seems overly complicated and time consuming. Sometimes I have over 30 cells to check.

For example, if Column A contains weekly sales data by week, entered weekly, and Column E has corresponding comparison data from the previous year. I want to enter a formula to check the first row that has sales data entered and have it match up the comparison value in the other column.

my question is how to return blank cell if i have no data inputted in left cell.. or if AH9 is blank or no data inputted AI10 will be blank using this formula.. =IF(AH9<75,"A",IF(AH9<82,"B",IF(AH9<87,"C",IF(AH9<92,"D","E"))))

If the value in T14 is in the lookup range, I get the expected value returned. If the value exceeds the vlaues in the lookup range (e.g. I enter "E"), I get the last value in the range (4). How do I get it to return a blank cell if the entry in T14 is not found?

make an adjustment to my Formula so that if the Index match locates a cell that is blank it returns a blank cell rather than a 0. I know we need to add in =IF(iserror( but i am aving trouble..

I am trying to fix the below formula =IF(OR(ISERROR((F26-E26)/F26),((F26-E26)/F26)=1),"",(F26-E26)/F26). If I get an error from the formula I want it to return a blank cell. If I get 1 as the answer to the formula I'd like it to return a blank cell. This formula only works if the result is 1 but won't return a blank cell if the answer is an error.