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IFERROR display zero in accounting format

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    IFERROR display zero in accounting format

    I'm trying to get W5 to display like W6:W11. I've attached my Excel file. Any help is appreciated.
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    Re: IFERROR display zero in accounting format

    =iferror(if(v5>0,t5*(1-v5),0), 0)
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    Re: IFERROR display zero in accounting format

    the problem is W5 has an error, so your Iferror formula is making it blank. you could change your iferror to show 0 instead of ""

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    Re: IFERROR display zero in accounting format

    Disregard. I'm dumb.

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    Re: IFERROR display zero in accounting format

    Try changing this:
    =IFERROR(IF(V5>0,T5*(1-V5),0),"")
    To this:
    =IFERROR(IF(V5>0,T5*(1-V5),0),0)

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