I'm creating a template that organizes some data from an external, hard-coded workbook. Some calculations from the external workbook were coming in as incredibly small numbers (i.e. 0.0000872...), which for my purposes is equivalent to zero. But using the accounting format, those numbers show up as 0 or (0), instead of "-". I adjusted my formula to the following, which basically says if the answer is greater than -1 or less than 1, than it's zero. But it makes the formula incredibly long becuase using the IF statement, and embedding the AND statement, require the formula to be repeated 3 times, which will be confusing for anyone trying to jump in. Any suggestions for a simpler formula? Also note, sometimes the answer would show up as greater than .5, which is also zero for my purposes. So using ROUND also isn't necessarily ideal.

=IF(AND(SUMPRODUCT(('CF Drop'!$A$78:$A$240=TemplateCF!$B133)*('CF Drop'!$E$74:$IV$74=TemplateCF!J$6)*('CF Drop'!$E$78:$IV$240))<1,SUMPRODUCT(('CF Drop'!$A$78:$A$240=TemplateCF!$B133)*('CF Drop'!$E$74:$IV$74=TemplateCF!J$6)*('CF Drop'!$E$78:$IV$240))>-1),0,SUMPRODUCT(('CF Drop'!$A$78:$A$240=TemplateCF!$B133)*('CF Drop'!$E$74:$IV$74=TemplateCF!J$6)*('CF Drop'!$E$78:$IV$240)))

Thanks!

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