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Excel i'm trying to get a cell to add up a b c and d and ahow zero when a letter is placed in either a or c with b and d blank Date Morning Afternoon Total worked time Credit for absence Debit Type* of absence Authorised by . Daily Total (7+8+9) Credit/Debit Balance . Arrive Depart Arrive Depart 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 28-Feb-05 07:20 12:30 13:00 15:39 07:49 07:49 24:13:00 01-Mar-05 A/l A/L #VALUE! ###### #VALUE!

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  • voile Nov 12, 2008

    if a word is put in cell A or B cell C reads 0 if figures are put in A & B cell C counts figures (I'm doing it with time)

  • voile Nov 17, 2008

    Thanks for trying but it does not work at all

  • Frank
    Frank May 11, 2010

    what are you try to solve??
    adding colum???
    want to send a sample, so I can figure out what you want?

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=IF(AND(ISBLANK(b),ISBLANK(d),OR(ISTEXT(a),ISTEXT(c))),0,a+b+c+d)

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This is little beyond what I know, however, I can do count characters, but not numbers. do a search on the web, there are lots of method for counting characters, you can reverse the count.
I think you need is a program to do that.
you can find viusal basic, c++ user group on the web, they may be the best bet.

good luck

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