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#NAME? error when using IFERROR what happened?

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    #NAME? error when using IFERROR what happened?

    I emailed this perfectly working spreadsheet to another computer and now I'm getting a #NAME? error. What the heck is going on.
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    Last edited by AnnaV; 01-12-2009 at 09:42 PM.

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    It's an issue with IFERROR.

    The file opens properly for me, after giving me a warning about IFERROR being different from previous versions of excel to this one. Once I click OK on the warning that pops up, it fixes the #NAME errors that are initially on the screen.

    You may have different versions of excel from one computer to the other?
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    They are different versions, but I put

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    in the VB editor so it shouldn't make a difference, should it?
    Last edited by AnnaV; 01-13-2009 at 06:15 PM.

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    Anna, please edit your post to add code tags.
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    Anna, you have to enable macros in order to avoid the #NAME error. Close the file, set macro security to Medium (Tools > Macro > Security), reopen the file, and enable macros when prompted.

    MK, when you open the file in Excel 2007, it's advising that you have a name conflict with an existing 2007 function.

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