Excel’s IFERROR function traps errors that could be returned from a formula or calculation, and gives you control over what is returned instead of an error message. Examples with syntax showing IFERROR then blank, IFERROR with VLOOKUP, IFERROR then perform another function.
How to search a range of cells for specific text, and then sum another range of cells based on the search results. Worked examples using a combination of ISNUMBER, SEARCH, SUMPRODUCT, SUMIF.
How to remove blank cells from a set of data so that a plotted line is continuous. Example shows blank cells being replaced by ‘N/A’ values using an IF statement.
To test IF a value matches a condition, and return one result if TRUE, and another if FALSE.