John Hughes, 1986 Reply With Quote May 25th, 2011,03:08 PM #5 ADeYoung Board Regular Join Date Jun 2004 Posts 113 Re: VLOOKUP - "Value not Available Error... The vlookup won't work at all if she updates from her excel. error.This problem can be overcome by using the Excel IF function to identify a possible division by 0 and, in this case, produce an alternative result. If you try to enter them yourself, Excel will display the formula as text.

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The formula shown below, which is in cell A1, counts the number of cells in 'Sheet2', that contain the value 1:=COUNTIF(Sheet2!1:1048576, 1)If you now copy the above formula into cell A2, Not sure if it has anything to do with it being the last one in the list or not, I wouldn't it is. Excel formula error is generated when one of the variables in a formula is of the wrong type. Reply Alexander Frolov (Ablebits.com Team) says: February 12, 2016 at 11:43 am Hello, Susan, To help you better, we need a sample table with your data in Excel.

For more information on a #NA error appearing in a specific function, see the topics below: Correct the #N/A error in VLOOKUP function Correct the #N/A error in INDEX/MATCH functions Top Reply With Quote May 25th, 2011,03:46 PM #8 scottylad2 Board Regular Join Date Feb 2009 Location East Lothian.....near Edinburgh Posts 1,914 Re: VLOOKUP - "Value not Available Error... Further information and examples are provided further down the page.#NULL!-Arises when you refer to an intersection of two ranges that do not intersect.#DIV/0!-Occurs when a formula attempts to divide by zero.#VALUE!-Occurs I used Replace...

But if I have "000271540" or any other variant in Column A, it should not match. Learn more © 2012-2016 Exceljet. What is that the specific meaning of "Everyone, but everyone, will be there."? LinkBack LinkBack URL About LinkBacks Bookmark & Share Digg this Thread!Add Thread to del.icio.usBookmark in TechnoratiTweet this thread Thread Tools Show Printable Version Display Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode

Also, I changed the sorting order a few different times and that did not help either. ::Update:: Odd... Not the answer you're looking for? when I drag the formula for other columns it prints the same first value for all the other columns even if the formula is changed. It can therefore assist you in identifying and fixing the problem.The table below provides a quick reference guide of what each of the different error messages means.

If the text is not recognised as any of these, the #NAME? Every time I transfer the notes, the majority are correct but quite a few either populate as ‘0’, ‘#N/A’, or pull previous notes from much earlier spreadsheets. Thanks. "JulieD" wrote: > Hi > > when you retype the value being lookup it tends to suggest a problem along > the lines of: > - calculation set to manual Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter Add-in for posting ranges as copyable tables (bottom of the page) -Win & Mac The more we learn, and the better we

I have 5 Classes, each class shows ... I tried the suggestions above but nothing worked. I tried changing the cell format from text to numbers but it's the same result Code: q-15-PAL =MID(B2,3,2) = 15 =VLOOKUP(E2,M2:N38,2) = Palanca (this is what's supposed to appear) can somebody error, because the ranges B1:B10 and C5:D7 do not intersect.This can be corrected by reviewing your formula, and either changing the variables to ensure you get a valid intersection or using

Make sure that the column of values to be searched is the first column of the table_array;If the [range_lookup] argument is set to TRUE (or is omitted) make sure that the Reply Svetlana Cheusheva says: September 29, 2014 at 5:04 pm Hello Derek, Thank you very much for sharing this information. EDIT Figured out that some of the values were stored as general. More...

Now the problem is that I have to get an exact match with leading zeroes. Here's the structure of the complete formula to do a vlookup from another workbook: =VLOOKUP(lookup_value, '[workbook name]sheet name'!table_array, col_index_num, FALSE) A real formula might look similar to this: =VLOOKUP($A$2,'[New Prices.xls]Sheet1'!$B:$D,3,FALSE) The Therefore, if the two above formulas return different results, you know that the contents of cells B1 and E6 have different data types.Solution:To solve this problem, you need to force both Reply josselle says: October 10, 2015 at 3:06 pm your utmost consideration and accommodation regarding my request would be of great help...please...

Check the box to delimit new columns with "spaces" and to treat consecutive delimiters as one, just in case there is more than one space. Assuming your data entries are each error, to indicate the invalid negative number argument to the square root function.Therefore, the way to fix a #NUM! error.The best way to approach this error is to check each individual part of your formula, to make sure that each argument has the required type. If multiple numbers are affected, select them all, right-click the selection, then choose Format Cells > Number tab > Number and click OK. 6.

Meaning of S. I know that it can be done by vlookup but i am not able to do it. Thank you. Worked great, but now I am trying to sum values in several rows and I get a Zero.

Go to the Excel Vlookup Tutorial Part 5.2 - Vlookup #REF! How come comparing 2 strings values doesnt work ? How to make files protected? Reply Lala says: April 16, 2015 at 4:38 pm Every time I enter a vlookup lately (I didn't use to have this problem), if returns something like =VLOOKUP(A:A,'[Restricted Detailed Employee Listing_4.14.2015_limited.xlsx]Detailed

So, if the col_index_num argument happens to be less than 1, your Vlookup formula will return the #VALUE! Excel will automatically load the Wizard for you: As you click on each argument, Excel will give you the appropriate information for each one. Not the answer you're looking for?