Hiding #N/A


In order to avoid getting a #N/A error when running a VLOOKUP formula you can wrap it in an IFERROR formula as shown in this example:

=IFERROR(VLOOKUP(R2&S2,Table2,9,FALSE),"Did Not Play")

The IFERROR formula simply designates an entry to be used if the VLOOKUP formula does not find the value it's looking for. Note that as this example demonstrates you can combine cell references at the start of the VLOOKUP formula to set the search criteria.


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