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How to use VLOOKUP In IF condition , without using IFERROR condition for error handling

Discussion in 'Ask an Excel Question' started by Basavaraj K H, Feb 11, 2019.

  1. Basavaraj K H

    Basavaraj K H Member

    Dear All

    I have a Stock Master file were all the list of stock is there (sold and unsold) .
    I have sales register where i keep sold files data .

    every stock has a unique code

    now i want to see in stock master file what all stock are sold and what all are unsold

    the results should be either "SOLD" or "UN SOLD"

    I used vlookup in if condition and got correct value for Sold item , but getting #N/A in place of "UN SOLD" stock

    i dont want to use IFERROR function ,,

    Is there any solution Available
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