# How do I suppress Na in Excel?

To hide the #N/A error that VLOOKUP throws when it can’t find a value, you can use the IFERROR function to catch the error and return any value you like. When VLOOKUP can’t find a value in a lookup table, it returns the #N/A error.

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## How do I suppress Na in Excel?

To hide the #N/A error that VLOOKUP throws when it can’t find a value, you can use the IFERROR function to catch the error and return any value you like. When VLOOKUP can’t find a value in a lookup table, it returns the #N/A error.

### How do I remove Na and 0 in Excel?

How to VLOOKUP and return zero instead of #N/A in Excel?

- Select the cell you want to use VLOOKUP function, and type this formula =IFERROR(VLOOKUP(A13,$A$2:$C$10,3,0),0), drag the autofill handle to the range you need.
- Click Kutools > Super LOOKUP > LOOKUP from Right to Left.

**How do I convert text to NA in Excel?**

Steps to Replace #N/A or Zero in VLOOKUP with Blank or Specified Text in Excel:

- On the Kutools tab, Select the Super LOOKUP option. It will open the menu.
- Choose Replace 0 or #N/A error with Blank or a Specified value option from the menu.

**How do I leave cell blank if false?**

Unfortunately, there is no formula way to result in a truly blank cell, “” is the best formulas can offer. I dislike ISBLANK because it will not see cells that only have “” as blanks. Instead I prefer COUNTBLANK, which will count “” as blank, so basically =COUNTBLANK(C1)>0 means that C1 is blank or has “” .

## How do I turn Na into a blank?

Using the IFERROR() function, we can replace #N/A values with any value that we’d like. In the previous examples, we simply chose to replace #N/A values with zeros or blanks because these are the most common replacement values used in practice.

### How do I leave a cell blank in an IF statement in Excel?

**How do I leave a cell blank in an IF function?**

You can’t use the ISBLANK function because it will return FALSE for all cells. The better way here is to use the COUNTBLANK(value) formula. It checks whether the value of a cell is blank.

**Why is INDEX match giving me na?**

When the MATCH function does not find the lookup value in the lookup array, it returns the #N/A error. If you believe that the data is present in the spreadsheet, but MATCH is unable to locate it, it may be because: The cell has unexpected characters or hidden spaces.

## How do I fill NA values in Excel?

To fill in the missing values, we can highlight the range starting before and after the missing values, then click Home > Editing > Fill > Series. What is this? If we select the Type as Growth and click the box next to Trend, Excel automatically identifies the growth trend in the data and fills in the missing values.

### How do I replace an iferror with a formula in Excel?

Step 1: Open the spreadsheet containing the #N/A value that you want to replace. Step 2: Select a cell containing the formula that you want to change. Step 3: Modify the existing VLOOKUP formula to include the IFERROR information.

**How to use replace function in Excel?**

Click the insert function button (fx) under the formula toolbar, a dialog box will appear, type the keyword “REPLACE” in the search for a function box, REPLACE function will appear in the select a function box. Double click on REPLACE function. A dialog box appears where arguments for REPLACE function needs to be filled or entered i.e.

**How to replace a value with a “0” in Excel?**

By following the steps below, that will be replaced with a “0”. Step 1: Open the spreadsheet containing the #N/A value that you want to replace. Step 2: Select a cell containing the formula that you want to change.

## How do I change a formula from N/a to 0?

This involves adding the phrase “ IFERROR ( ” to the beginning of the formula, and the string “, 0) ” to the end of the formula. For example, if your formula before was: Then you would modify it to be: Step 4: Copy and paste the new formula into the cells where you want to display a “0” instead of #N/A.