If Statement

Hi Guys, is it possible to put another IF statement in this formula? If the Vlookup on B11 is "NA",then if J11 is empty and IF Vlookup on C11, then put "0" as I am still getting "VALUE"?
Current Formula:

=IF(ISNA(VLOOKUP($B11,Rec!$B:$AL,23,FALSE)),IF($J11="","0",IF(ISNA(VLOOKUP($C11,Rec!$C:$AL,22,FALSE)),"0.00",VLOOKUP($C11,Rec!$C:$AL,22,FALSE))),VLOOKUP($B11,Rec!$B:$AL,23,FALSE))

After that I want to add "VLOOKUP(J11, Rec!$C:$AL,14,False)""
JustincutAsked:
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andrew_manCommented:
=IF(ISNA(VLOOKUP($B5,'Prev Day'!$B:$AL,29,FALSE)),
  IF(ISNA(VLOOKUP($C5,'Prev Day'!$C:$AL,28,FALSE)),
  IF(ISNA(VLOOKUP(J11, Rec!$C:$AL,14,FALSE)),"NEW",
      VLOOKUP(J11, Rec!$C:$AL,14,FALSE)),
      VLOOKUP($C5,'Prev Day'!$C:$AL,28,FALSE)),
      VLOOKUP($B5,'Prev Day'!$B:$AL,29,FALSE))
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barry houdiniCommented:
I'm not clear what you want to do - when would you want to do the VLOOKUP looking up J11?

regards, barry
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andrew_manCommented:
=IF(ISNA(VLOOKUP($B11,Rec!$B:$AL,23,FALSE)),
 IF($J11="","0",
 IF(ISNA(VLOOKUP($C11,Rec!$C:$AL,22,FALSE)),
 IF(ISNA(VLOOKUP($J11, Rec!$C:$AL,14,False)),"0.00"))))
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JustincutAuthor Commented:
Hi, my formula is in Column AD on the following attachment. I am getting a "VALUE#" error message so I want to add another IF, once all the other IFS have failed.
DummyRec6.xlsx
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andrew_manCommented:
THIS IS MY FORMULA

=IFERROR(VLOOKUP($B5,'Prev Day'!$B:$AL,29,FALSE),
  IFERROR(VLOOKUP($C5,'Prev Day'!$C:$AL,28,FALSE),
  IFERROR(VLOOKUP(J11, Rec!$C:$AL,14,FALSE),"NEW")))
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andrew_manCommented:
ATTACHED YOUR FILES.
DummyRec6.xlsx
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JustincutAuthor Commented:
Sorry chaps, I got the formula wrong. Its =IF(ISNA(VLOOKUP($B5,'Prev Day'!$B:$AL,29,FALSE)),IF($J5="","NEW",IF(ISNA(VLOOKUP($C5,'Prev Day'!$C:$AL,28,FALSE)),"NEW",VLOOKUP($C5,'Prev Day'!$C:$AL,29,FALSE))),VLOOKUP($B5,'Prev Day'!$B:$AL,28,FALSE))> I do not want to use ISERROR, only ISNA as I want when there is a genuine error as sometimes the sequence of the Vlookup Cell is the same, but changes order. eg.

ALMG7GCSECURITAGBP-58430103445203.28, 3409946.28, 3437513.28, 3440618.28LANMAST54DEC00, LANG54DEC000.
to ALMG7GCSECURITAGBP-58430103409946.28, 3437513.28, 3440618.28, 3445203.28LANG54DEC000., LANMAST54DEC00
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andrew_manCommented:
I already use a notepad to develop the formula, like the about style!

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andrew_manCommented:
should be

=IF(ISNA(VLOOKUP($B5,'Prev Day'!$B:$AL,29,FALSE)),
  IF(ISNA(VLOOKUP($C5,'Prev Day'!$C:$AL,28,FALSE)),
  IF(ISNA(VLOOKUP($J5, Rec!$C:$AL,14,FALSE)),"NEW",
      VLOOKUP($J5, Rec!$C:$AL,14,FALSE)),
      VLOOKUP($C5,'Prev Day'!$C:$AL,28,FALSE)),
      VLOOKUP($B5,'Prev Day'!$B:$AL,29,FALSE))
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