=IF(ISNA(VLOOKUP(E36,'INCENTIVE SLAB MASTER - B'!$M$58:$N$68,2,FALSE)),"0",IF(AND(VLOOKUP(A36,'ATTENDANCE-B'!$J$3:$K$300,2,FALSE))>"0",VLOOKUP(A36,'ATTENDANCE-B'!$J$3:$K$300,2,FALSE)<=5,VLOOKUP(E36,'INCENTIVE SLAB MASTER - B'!$H$55:$J$68,2,FALSE))) - 1ST IT WILL LOOK FOR THE GROUP, IF E3 IS THERE IN THE GROUP, THEN IF A36 >0 AND <=5, oNE VALU FROM TABLE TO BE RETURNED AS ANSWER, OTHERWISE ZERO,IN MY CASE IT IS COMMING AS #N/A ( IF NO A36 AVBL IN THE TABLE)

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First, this is incorrect: >"0" By using the quotes around the zero, you asking Excel to check for a

textzero, not the number 0. This may or may not impact your outcome, depending on how Excel evaluates the formula, but as a general rule when working with numbers in Excel, never use quotes around them.Second re:

"IF E3 IS THERE IN THE GROUP..."I don't see E3 anywhere in your formula, so I am going to assume that that is a typo and that you really meant E36.

Third, as far as getting #N/A as an result, you answered your own question in your post.

You said:

"IN MY CASE IT IS COMMING AS #N/A ( IF NO A36 AVBL IN THE TABLE)"If the IF function reaches the

value_if_falseargument and tries to evaluate the AND function, the first thing it is going to do is evaluate the VLOOKUPs, in order. If any of them return a #N/A error, then the entire formula will return a #N/A error.Just as you used the ISNA function to handle the initial logical test of the IF fucntion, you need to deal with the possibility that the

value_if_falseargument might return a #N/A error.

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