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Posted on 2011-03-14
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Hi,

I have a formula where  if there is a value error i would like the cell to be blank

formula = I3-F2

So i need an iserror or something like that>?

Thanks
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You can use something like this:

=IF(ISERR(I3-F2),"",I3-F2)

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Thanks Jppinto!

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This will show the value of the formula (I3-F2) if there isn't any error; if there is an error, it will show blank:

=IF(ISERR(I3-F2),"",I3-F2)

This will just check for an error and if there is an error it will show blank:

=IFERROR(I3-F2,"")

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