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Posted on 2012-04-04
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Hi,

Can i change, when i have in a cell the result #REF!, it to 0 or Null (like #N/A)?

Tx
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by:helpfinder
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yes.
use IFERROR formula, e.g. =IFERROR(IF(B1='c'!A1;1;2);"UUPS")
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IFERROR will nor work in excel 2003. It works in excel 2007 & 2010

Use IF and ISERROR in combination
http://www.excel-examples.com/iserror.htm

or

Use this really excellent excel add-on for painless error handling (there is a free home use version)
http://www.asap-utilities.com/
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you need to use the IF() and ISERR() combination for #DIV/0 or #REF error's
if you get #N/A then you need to use ISNA() function....

i.e.:  =IF(ISERR(a1+b1),0,a1+b1) or IF(ISNA(a1+b1),"Null",a1+b1)
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