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How do I use this formula and add if 0,"" so the cells are blank rather than 0 =SUMIF(NotReady!AA17:AA50,5,NotReady!AB17:AB50)

I would like it in formula rather then cell format please

Thanks in advance!

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Let's call your formula x

x => "=SUMIF(NotReady!AA17:AA50,5,NotReady!AB17:AB50)"

If x = 0 then return "", otherwise display value. The formula for this would be

=if(x=0,"",x)

So, replace the above x's in the formula with your formula to get

=If(SUMIF(NotReady!AA17:AA50,5,NotReady!AB17:AB50)=0,"",SUMIF(NotReady!AA17:AA50,5,NotReady!AB17:AB50))
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This can be easily achieved by a simple formula:

=TEXT(SUMIF(NotReady!AA17:AA50,5,NotReady!AB17:AB50),"#")
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