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Hi,

I have a formula

=VLOOKUP(AQ2,'[MappingTable.xlsm]GBM Mapping Table v4'!$A:$H,8,0)

Where the entry is blank the formula returns "0"

I would like it to return "No PCM SM found"

Can someone amend?

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=IF(VLOOKUP(AQ2,'[MappingTable.xlsm]GBM Mapping Table v4'!$A:$H,8,0)=0,"No PCM SM Found",VLOOKUP(AQ2,'[MappingTable.xlsm]GBM Mapping Table v4'!$A:$H,8,0)
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