## using "if" but omitting the #n/a's

### using "if" but omitting the #n/a's

I am using a simple formula

=IF(AQ3<=10,TRUE,FALSE)

if #n/a then put TRUE

how do I add that to my formula?

### using "if" but omitting the #n/a's

=if(isna(aq3),true,if(aq3<10,true,false))
or
=if(isna(aq3),true,aq3<10)

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Dave Peterson

### using "if" but omitting the #n/a's

Check out the IS Functions in the help file. ISNA will work for your
situation, but ISERROR will be a more general solution.

Mike

### using "if" but omitting the #n/a's

ISNA would be my choice.

Gord Dibben MS Excel MVP

On Fri, 2 Jan 2009 16:37:01 -0800, mikebres

### using "if" but omitting the #n/a's

In you formula replace the word False with an if error formula, if its true
then put true if it is false then put ""

Not sure if it would work though

### using "if" but omitting the #n/a's

If you're not sure whether it would work, why not try it, DDD? [Microsoft
don't charge you extra to try a formula!]

The answer is that if AQ3 is NA() you'll get an NA() result from the first
formula, so you'd need to do the tests the other way round, testing for NA()
first before the AQ3<=10 test.