ISERROR function in Excel

Match first error in Excel

This tutorial shows how to Match first error in Excel using the example below; Formula {=MATCH(TRUE,ISERROR(range),0)} Explanation If you need to match the first error in a range of cells, you can use an array formula based on the MATCH and ISERROR functions. In the example shown, the formula is: {=MATCH(TRUE,ISERROR(B4:B11),0)} This is an array… read more »

Count cells that contain errors in Excel

This tutorial shows how to Count cells that contain errors in Excel using the example below; Formula =SUMPRODUCT(–ISERR(range)) Explanation To count cells that contain errors, you can use the ISERR function, wrapped in the SUMPRODUCT function.  In the example shown, E5 cell contains this formula: =SUMPRODUCT(–ISERROR(B5:B9)) How this formula works SUMPRODUCT accepts one or more arrays, multiplies… read more »

Count Errors in Excel

IF function and ISERROR function are used to check for an error in Excel. This example shows you how to create an array formula that counts the number of errors in a range. 1. We use the IF function and the ISERROR function to check for an error in the record below: Explanation: the IF function returns 1, if an… read more »

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