If you are getting a #DIV/0! error from your VLOOKUP, then the error

is in the workbook where you are getting the data from, rather than in

the VLOOKUP formula itself. Consequently, you should look at the

"sending" workbooks and eradicate any errors that are in there.

Hope this helps.

Pete

On Dec 23, 4:36m, ORLANDO VAZQUEZ

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Hi all

Do you think is there any macro that can change the formula in selected

range to include the IF-iserror so no error appears on the screen?

For example:

In cell A1 the formula is: =A2+B2

But if I select A1 and run the macro, It would change to:

=IF(ISERROR(A2+B2);"";(A2+B2))

I need that beacause I have a sheet with lots of formulas with different

errors and It would be quite painful to chang every formula.

Thanks you for your help!!!!

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