Formula based on criteria?
I have no idea if this is possible, it seems like it should be. I want to calculate the difference between two cells, but only when both cells have values, otherwise the cell should remain blank.
So if "January Spending" has a value (Cell B), then it should be subtracted from the "Estimated Monthly Spending" (Cell A)  this calculation would be placed in Cell C. Otherwise, Cell C should remain blank.
Best Answer

Try this:
=IF(AND(January46 <> "", Description57 <> ""), January46  Description57)
Answers

@Sam C It can be done, try something like this and see if it works out.... if( January Spending <> "", Estimated Monthly Spending@rowJanuary Spending@row , "" )

I'm getting an Incorrect Argument error
"January46" is "January Spending" (sum formula) and "Description" is the "Estimated Money Spending" (average formula)
=IF(January46 <> "", Description@row, January46  Description@row, "")
I also tried this one but got the same error
=IF(January46 <> "", Description57, January46  Description57, "")

Try this:
=IF(AND(January46 <> "", Description57 <> ""), January46  Description57)

That worked like magic. Thank you!

Happy to help. 👍️
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