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How do I add ISNA to this formula?

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    How do I add ISNA to this formula?

    Hello everyone,

    I'm stuck trying to add ISNA to a multi-vlookup formula - I've tried multiple variations and each time I'm getting the "too many arguments" error. Any help is greatly appreciated!

    Here is the formula, which works fine as is - I just want to exclude the #N/A since it's an eyesore

    =IF($D$8="Red",VLOOKUP(A9,Worksheet1!A2:$E$396,3,FALSE),IF($D$8="Blue",VLOOKUP(A9,Worksheet1!A2:$E$396,4,FALSE),IF($D$8="Yellow",VLOOKUP(A9,Worksheet1!A2:$E$396,5,FALSE))))


    Many thanks!

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    Re: How do I add ISNA to this formula?

    Would this work:
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    Re: How do I add ISNA to this formula?

    Awesome - worked perfectly.

    Thanks Moo!

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    Re: How do I add ISNA to this formula?

    Glad to help.

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