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IF Functions in Microsoft Excel

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by cchalmers, Sep 9, 2004.

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  1. cchalmers

    cchalmers Thread Starter

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    When I enter the function - =if(c2=>0,C2) if the cell C2 is empty I want the cell that the function is in to be empty however it shows a 0 value. Also if I was to enter the word into the cell C2 it will display the text even though its not > 0 or = to 0. It seems that excel treats any value as being greater than or = to 0.

    Help, has anyone got any ideas of a way around this?????? :eek:
     
  2. TonyJollans

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    It rather depends on what you want to see in all circumstances, but this might do it for you ..

    =IF(AND(ISNUMBER(C2),C2>=0),C2)
     
  3. cchalmers

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    Thats just what the doctor ordered, thank you for your help!!! ;)
     
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