How does a function provide a blank cell as a result


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Rene B.

Within an IF function, I would like to have the cell left blank given a
certain logical result. The purpose is to have a result, that does not show
up as a zero in a chart.
Using "" in the function will make the chart function perceive the value of
the cell as a zero instead of a completely blank cell (i.e. as after having
hit Delete, while being in the cell).
How is that done???
Thanks
 
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A

Anand

As the =SERIES() won't read N/A error the chart won't produce results
for them...
 

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