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## How to hide formula errors in Excel

Errors may be inevitable in worksheets containing complex formulas. Thankfully, you do not need to investigate and correct each of them. It is OK to hide errors you expect and not to correct them to improve the look and feel of your worksheet. In this guide, we’re...

## How to prevent a #REF error in Excel

A #REF! error in Excel indicates an invalid reference. This pesky error can pop up after removing a sheet, rows or columns, or copying a formula. In this guide, we’re going to show you how to prevent a #REF error in Excel. Download Workbook There are 3 common...

## Use the ERROR.TYPE to Identify Excel Errors

The ERROR.TYPE function is an Information formula that returns an index number corresponding to a specific error value in Microsoft Excel. If there are no errors in the target cell(s), the function returns another error value, #N/A. This function can be especially...

## Function: ISERROR

The ISERROR Excel function is an Information formula that returns TRUE if the target value contains an error value, and FALSE if it does not. As the name suggests, the formula asks the question “Is error?” to its argument, and returns a Boolean result....

## Function: ISERR

The ISERR Excel function is an Information formula that returns TRUE, if the reference value is an error code (except for #N/A), and FALSE otherwise. As the name suggests, the formula asks the “Is error?” question, and can be especially useful for...

## Function: ISNA

ISNA Excel function is an Information formula that checks whether the specified value is an #N/A (not applicable) error. The function returns a Boolean value – TRUE if there is an #N/A error, and FALSE if not. In this guide, we’re going to show you how to use...

## Function: IFERROR

The IFERROR function evaluates a formula and returns a specified value if the formula generates an error. Otherwise, the function returns the result of the formula. In this guide, we’re going to show you how to use the IFERROR function and also go over some tips and...