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Posted on 2011-03-11
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Hi,

I have the below IF

=IF(B2="entered","Yes","No")

I want it to not consider a blank cell "No"

If b2 is blank, formula returns blank

Thanks
Seamus
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Use this:
=IF(B2="entered","Yes",IF(B2="","","No"))
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Thank you!
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