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|I am doing calculations on a spread sheet and it has come up wiyth the error Value, I want it to be blank so when I add the column up is does it correctly.|
I am trying to multiply 2 columns, one is a quantity and the is a result of an if and lookup function. Do I multiply thje two columns or do I need to repeat how I got the calculations.
|Posted by freddo on|
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To multiply more than two columns in Excel, you can use the multiplication formulas, but include several cells or ranges.
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For example, to multiply values in columns B, C and D, use one of the following formulas:
Multiplication operator: =A2*B2*C2PRODUCT function: =PRODUCT(A2:C2)Array formula (Ctrl + Shift + Enter): =A2:A5*B2:B5*C2:C5
Let me know if this helps.
|Posted by jerry_maguire on|
To catch formula errors and return alternative values you can use the ISERROR function to catch any errors and replace the VALUE! with a blank or any other value such as zero.
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Support your formula is A1/A2, then the formula would be:
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