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Topic # 32990 28-Apr-2009 11:47
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Hi guys,

I am trying to populate a worksheet with text in cells from another spreadsheet.  How do I get the formula to ignore blank cells?

At the moment I am using a simple =Sheet1!I3 type formula but the is reutrning cells which have nothing in them.

A little help would be most appreciated!




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  Reply # 210385 28-Apr-2009 23:04
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I usually use an =IF(ISBLANK(A1),"",A1) type thing, but bear in mind that the destination cells won't be empty (i.e. ISBLANK = TRUE) after that, if that's important.



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  Reply # 210566 29-Apr-2009 15:31
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Thanks dude, worked great




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