First Name Email Address We use this field to detect spam bots. Column E Conv Cost) Click the next cell down in that column. (e.g. I did notice that the last message in the original thread was posted very many years ago. So, I tried the following formula: =AVERAGE(IF(ISNUMBER(VALUE(B9:D9)),VALUE(B9:D9),"")) It returned the error message #VALUE!.

is to use the IFERROR function. I have a column, L12 through L42 (31 rows, one for each day of the week) that the manager needs to send to me daily showing closing percentages. Please provide some description of what your goal is. –Excellll Mar 3 '15 at 18:00 @CharlieRB I added an example in the question; it's a simple division. It happens when you enter a simple formula like =5/0, or when a formula refers to a cell that has 0 or is blank, as shown in this picture.

Microsoft has assigned an error value of “2” for this #DIV/0 example. Please try again. Are you trying to say that since the old thread ended its discussions very many years ago, I should create my own new thread? I'm looking for a function that will display the average of a row of cells, while at the same time not displaying any error messages.

For example, I could’ve used “na”.=IF(D2=0,"na",C2/D2)or=IF(D2=0,C2,C2/D2)In this last example, Excel would insert the Cost value in the Conv Cost cell instead. To correct the error, do any of the following: Make sure the divisor in the function or formula isn’t zero or a blank cell. Next time, I’ll take the five minutes to fix my Excel formula so it doesn’t display the #DIV/0! Any better way to determine source of light by analyzing the electromagnectic spectrum of the light How to get this substring on bash script?

Here is the FAQ for this forum. + Reply to Thread Results 1 to 15 of 15 AVERAGE function returns #DIV/0! Are they blank or zeros????? Error IF & ISERROR or IFERROR functions - Dauer: 4:46 ExcelIsFun 73.118 Aufrufe 4:46 Excel Magic Trick 486: Avoid #DIV/0! Advanced Search Forum HELP FORUMS Excel General Prevent #DIV/0 Error In Average When All Cells Are Blank/Empty Excel Training / Excel Dashboards Reports If this is your first visit, be sure

error can’t be avoided because your formulas are waiting for input from you or someone else. For example: =AVERAGE(IF(ISNUMBER(VALUE(SummaryData)),VALUE(SummaryData),"")) Does that help? -- Regards, Dave "KhaVu" wrote: > David - my range is a link references from another worksheet and the > worksheet is in that network more hot questions about us tour help blog chat data legal privacy policy work here advertising info mobile contact us feedback Technology Life / Arts Culture / Recreation Science Other Stack For example, the values might be: -1.10 -2.30 4.00 -2.15 3.25 I should note that this data was copied from the web and so I am wondering if it might be

Register To Reply 01-09-2006,01:15 PM #4 Bob Phillips Guest Re: AVERAGE function returns #DIV/0! Do you have a specific function question? Which option did Harry Potter pick for the knight bus? But, here you are asking me to violate this cardinal rule!

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Enter #N/A in the cell that’s referenced as the divisor in the formula, which will change the formula result to #N/A to indicate the divisor value isn’t available. The time now is 17:06. Advanced Excel Integration XL-Dennis corner in the Excel-world OTHER STUFF DAVE HAWLEY FOUNDATION Newsletters Competitions HAV-A-CHAT Book Suggestions & Reviews Test Area Excel Development & Consultancy EXCEL SEARCH & RESOURCES Excel In my example of catalog conversion costs, using the Cost value might be better than “0” or a blank.Excel allows you to fix this error in several ways.

This test ad cost $77.45 and generated 0 catalog requests. Remember Me? SubKa Register To Reply 10-19-2013,02:16 AM #12 arlu1201 View Profile View Forum Posts Administrator Join Date 09-09-2011 Location Bangalore, India MS-Off Ver Excel 2003 & 2007 Posts 19,227 Re: AVERAGE function I assumed your range was A1:A10, change this to fit your data. > > > Enter this formula by using CTRL+SHIFT+ENTER as it is an array formula: > > > >

House of Santa Claus Developing web applications for long lifespan (20+ years) How to solve the old 'gun on a spaceship' problem? Schließen Weitere Informationen View this message in English Du siehst YouTube auf Deutsch. I assumed your range was A1:A10, change this to fit your data. > Enter this formula by using CTRL+SHIFT+ENTER as it is an array formula: > > =AVERAGE(IF(ISNUMBER(A1:A10),A1:A10,"")) > > > The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down.

It’s an annoyance if the recipient of your spreadsheet doesn’t know the tip and you spend more time defining the issue than it takes to fix it. microsoft-excel microsoft-excel-2013 share|improve this question edited Mar 3 '15 at 18:27 asked Mar 3 '15 at 17:49 Smig 103114 Please share the formula so we can see if we error Did you enter the formula as a CSE formula (Ctrl + Shift + Enter)? It’s one of those error messages where the letters and numbers make sense, but you also wonder if your PC is swearing at you.Although your PC isn’t mad, the message may

Melde dich bei YouTube an, damit dein Feedback gezählt wird. D2)In the same text field after the cell reference type =0. (The field should show something like D2=0)Leave the Value_if_true field blank.In the Value_if_false field, enter your formula such as C2/D2Click The result is an error message. error from it.

If there is no error, it returns the results of the calculation. I have ... error value, otherwise calculate the formula. error I used AVERAGE function in my spreasheet and received #DIV/0!

error within the Excel Questions forums, part of the Question Forums category; Hi guys, I have what I think is a simple formula but I'm not very good with excel. For versions of Excel prior to Excel 2007, you can use the IF(ISERROR()) method: =IF(ISERROR(A2/A3),0,A2/A3) (See IS functions). Reply With Quote Page 1 of 2 12 Last Jump to page: « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Like this thread? If the other formulas are dependent on this one, they may begin to work unless this one is 0.

OzGrid accepts no responsibility for ANY adverse effects as a result from downloading attached files. Diese Funktion ist zurzeit nicht verfügbar. The correct answer is to stop trying to divide by zero. error Originally Posted by JJAndrade Thanks for the quick response!