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Since I wrote these notes I have learnt a few new things about using the Vlookup formula
1) You can place the vlookup table on a separate worksheet and reference it from within the formula using the name of the worksheet
2) If you place the vlookup table on a separate worksheet you don't have to state the upper left and lower right cell numbers in the formula
The result of this becomes a formula that looks like the following:
I saw your website about an Excel markbook, I'm starting to make my own and I have a query you might be able to help with.
I have attached the sheet.
I want to be able to enter "Abs" when students miss an assignment legitimately and have it not affect their term average or grade.
i.e. only average the five assignments that Fred has completed and ignore the missed one.
Do you have any idea how I can achieve this?
=ISNUMBER(A1) will return TRUE of FALSE
=IF(ISNUMBER(H5),(H5/$H$4)*100,0)+IF(ISNUMBER(I5),(I5/$I$4)*100,0) The trick is to use a sequence of if commands IF(ISNUMBER())
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