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nested if function excel 2010

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#1 batar


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Posted 28 November 2015 - 04:07 AM

Hi, I have been trying to remove zeros from a timesheet I have compiled in excel 2010 without using the predefined option to do this under Options. I therefore want to use a formula to do this which for one or two for the columns in the SS I have been successful. However, for the remaining columns I get the response "too many arguments".


I have configured the SS to show regular hours or less and then any OT worked in a separate column, but I still get the zeros problem for any preceding empty values. Here is an example of the function I have tried to use where $I$8 is for a cell showing 8 hrs only, d10-c10 is for 17.00-08.00 for example and f10 is the result (I hoped). This works for a numerical value but also returns zeros in the empty cells of the F column.


Any help with this formula would be much appreciated.






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