From: Candida on 24 May 2010 11:44 =IFERROR(N2,O2),IFERROR(O2,P2),IFERROR(P2,Q2),IFERROR(Q2,R2),"0" I am using this formula in Column I to Check rows N, O, P,Q, and R to copy the dollar amount that is in one of the four fields. There is never an instance where there is a dollar amount in more than one field and if there is no dollar figure in any of the fields I would like it to come back as a zero. Please help me to figure out what I am doing wrong.
From: Luke M on 24 May 2010 13:15 You can't simply string functions together like that, seperated by commas. However, you could use this array* formula: =SUM(IF(ISNUMBER(N2:R2),N2:R2)) *Array formulas must be confirmed using Ctrl+Shift+Enter, not just Enter.  Best Regards, Luke M "Candida" <Candida(a)discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:C8D8D8AF7EB04622BBBF6D5B508F6876(a)microsoft.com... > =IFERROR(N2,O2),IFERROR(O2,P2),IFERROR(P2,Q2),IFERROR(Q2,R2),"0" > > I am using this formula in Column I to Check rows N, O, P,Q, and R to copy > the dollar amount that is in one of the four fields. There is never an > instance where there is a dollar amount in more than one field and if > there > is no dollar figure in any of the fields I would like it to come back as a > zero. Please help me to figure out what I am doing wrong.

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