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Formula to skip a cell if it does not meet criteria

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    Question Formula to skip a cell if it does not meet criteria

    Hi All,

    Hope you can help, I'm a newbie to the site and am learning a lot about formulas.

    I already have the below formula to look for '1' or blanks on sheet 1 and pull an item number on on to sheet two.
    The item numbers can be on sheet one mutilpe times and i have a formula to identify if they are mark them as 1.

    =IF(Invoice!A6="","",IF(Invoice!A6=1,"",Invoice!D6))

    Can I add into the formula if 'IF(Invoice!A6=1,' move to A7 and so on down the cells??

    Many thanks in advance.

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    Re: Formula to skip a cell if it does not meet criteria

    Could you send a sample both the input and output (no sensitive data is necesary)

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    Re: Formula to skip a cell if it does not meet criteria

    Hi,

    Please see attached file that i am using.
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    Re: Formula to skip a cell if it does not meet criteria

    If that cant be done in a formula, can it be done in vba??

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    Re: Formula to skip a cell if it does not meet criteria

    Hi and welcome to the forum

    I'm a little confused as to what you want. Your tables are blank, it help more if you showed samples of what you are working with, a few examples of your expected outcome, and how you arrived at that?
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