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    How do I enter a blank cell for formulas that have no data to calculate

    How do I enter a blank cell for formulas that have no data to calculate? Attached example would be TIMES Sheet, cells E3 and E8. I could not find a solution herein. Thanks.
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    Re: How do I enter a blank cell for formulas that have no data to calculate

    use

    =IFERROR(C3/D3,"")

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    Re: How do I enter a blank cell for formulas that have no data to calculate

    Quote Originally Posted by JohnTopley View Post
    use

    =IFERROR(C3/D3,"")
    Thanks JT!

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