In Excel, the IFNA function returns a custom result when a formula generates the #N/A error, if no error is detected, the normal result will be returned.
The syntax for the IFERROR function in Excel is:
= IFNA(value, value_if_na)
value: Required. The value, reference, or formula that is checked for an error.
value_if_na: Required. The value returned if the formula is #N/A error value.
1. If value is empty, it is evaluated as an empty string ("").
2. If value_if_na is supplied as an empty string (""), a blank cell is displayed when an error is detected.
Returns the specific value for the #N/A errors.
In this example, we will use the IFNA function with a VLOOKUP function. If the lookup data is not found from the table, an error of #N/A is displayed, to fix the error value, you can combine the IFNA function.
Now, if you want to find the corresponding Order based on the Product, the normal Vlookup formulas can help you: =VLOOKUP(D2,$A$2:$B$8,2,FALSE), if the value not found from the vlookup table, an error value is returned.
To fix this #N/A error value, you can combine the IFNA function with the Vlookup formula as this:
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