## Can you VLOOKUP in an if statement?

Did you know that you can use Excel IF statements along with VLOOKUPs? For example, if you wanted to enter a value from a table into a cell, based on what was in another cell, you could start with an IF statement and then enter the VLOOKUP in the “value if true” part of the IF statement.

**How do I get rid of Na when using VLOOKUP?**

Use IFERROR with VLOOKUP to Get Rid of #N/A Errors

- =IFERROR(value, value_if_error)
- Use IFERROR when you want to treat all kinds of errors.
- Use IFNA when you want to treat only #N/A errors, which are more likely to be caused by VLOOKUP formula not being able to find the lookup value.

### How do I do an if and VLOOKUP in Excel?

Combine IF Function with VLOOKUP

- Select cell E2 by clicking on it.
- Assign the formula =IF(VLOOKUP(D2,A2:B6,2,FALSE)>2500,”Yes”,”No”) to cell E2.
- Press Enter to apply the formula in cell E2.

**Why is my VLOOKUP giving me n A?**

What Does the #N/A Result Actually Mean? #N/A is an abbreviation for “not available”, which means that the search cannot return a value or did not find a match. This result can be returned even though there are matches in the column if the VLOOKUP’s syntax is not formed correctly.

#### Can you use VLOOKUP with two conditions?

One limitation of VLOOKUP is that it only handles one condition: the lookup_value, which is matched against the first column in the table. This makes it difficult to use VLOOKUP to find a value based on more than one criteria.

**How do I exclude NA values in Excel?**

There is a formula can help you quickly sum up the column ignore #N/A. Select a blank cell, C3 for instance, and type this formula =SUMIF(A1:A14,”<>#N/A”), press Enter key to get the result. Tip: in above formula, A1:A14 is the column list you want to sum up, you can change it as you need.

## How do I fix NA error in Excel?

You can use Excel’s Find & Select function to locate your errors in Excel. Just go to Find and type in #N/A or N/A in the Find What space. Then, hit either Find All or Find Next. You can use this to work through your errors and correct them.

**How do I VLOOKUP to return blank instead of 0 or Na in Excel?**

Vlookup to return blank or specific value instead of 0 or N/A with a powerful feature

- (1.) Specify the lookup value and output range as you need;
- (2.) Choose the returned result as you need, you can select Replace 0 or #N/A value with empty option or Replace 0 or #N/A value with a specified option;
- (3.)

### How do I lookup a value in Excel using two criteria?

Using two criteria to return a value from a table

- =SUMPRODUCT((B3:B13=C16)*(C3:C13=C17)*(D3:D13))
- =INDEX(C3:C13,SUMPRODUCT((B3:B13=C16)*(D3:D13=C18)*ROW(C3:C13)),0)
- =LOOKUP(2,1/(B3:B13=C16)/(D3:D13=C18),(C3:C13))
- {=INDEX(C3:C13,MATCH(1,(B3:B13=C16)*(D3:D13=C18),0))}

**How do I write an if statement in Excel with a yes or no?**

Click on “Insert Function” and select the IF function….The logical test will tell us whether the function should display “Yes” or “No”.

- Logical test: D2>10 (this means that we are asking whether D2 is greater than 10)
- If it is true, the function will display “Yes”.
- If it is false, the function will display “No”.

#### How do you get rid of Na in Excel?

Now, we’ll use Go To Special to delete the rows containing #N/A:

- Select the cells C1:C11.
- Press CTRL+G to open the Go To dialog box.
- Click the ‘Special’ button, Note: it’s both special and called ‘Special’ 🙂
- Select ‘Formulas’ and ‘Errors’ as shown below then click ok.