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    Div/0 error, ignoring blanks on weighted averages

    Hey Guys, First post. Looking for some help. As the title says I'm working on a formula that does weighted averages while ignoring blanks, the formula works fine until I clear the cells and then I'm left with a Div/0! error. I have this so far...
  2. R

    For some reason I only get DIV/0 Error when I apply this SUMPRODUCT+COUNTIF

    https://trumpexcel.com/count-unique-values-in-excel-countif/ On this page explains the formula, he states that if you get DIV/0 errors it's because there is a blank value somewhere in the formula which counts it as a "0", which it cannot divide. The formula is as follows...
  3. K

    Issue Averaging Array bc of Div/0 errors & 0's

    I am getting an error at the worksheetfunction.average line when I run this macro because of div/0 errors in the data. It runs fine when there are no div/0 errors in the code, so everything else is fine. I just need a way to be able to ignore the div/0 in the data, and preferably to filter out...
  4. T

    Cell to remain blank if value is 0

    Good afternoon. I'm looking for some help with an IF statement. My formula is =sum(k2:k13)/sum(j2:j13). If the result of this is zero I want the cell left blank so it will not produce a div/0 error when I link the cell to another spread sheet. Can you help me please?
  5. C

    Avoiding a DIV/0 Error in a 3 range SUMPRODUCT

    Hi everyone, Trying to avoid a div/0 on a sumproduct that contains 3 ranges. The range doe_target below occasionally contains zero values. =SUMPRODUCT((doe_actual/doe_target),growth_weights) Thanks!
  6. A

    sumifs excluding errors

    Hi all, I have been reading this forum for a while and always found it to be very useful! I am however now stuck with an issue I can't find an answer for... I am working on a file where 5 tabs represent 5 producers (each tab as the producer name), and in each tab, I have a standardized budget...
  7. R

    Excel Wizards please help - Averages/Div/0

    Ok, so attached is a brief screen shot of what I'm working on. Essentially I'm trying to build a log / grading sheet for designers. essentially we have 17 "KPIs" or Key Performance Indicators we work on. They are typical grading for what you think designers would be graded on. They are also...
  8. R

    countblank giving a #DIV/0!

    I'm fairly new to Excel so any help would be greatly appreciated. I'm trying to add a quantity for each day and then have it divide by the remaing blanks. Having it give me a daily quanity needed to stay on track with my monthly goal. I have this placed in B86 =B85/countblank(B51:B81) Once I...
  9. C

    How can I store an array with #DIV/0! as a name?

    header 0 0 0 1 This yields an error { =(ROW($G$2:$G$5)-ROW($G$2)+1)/($G$2:G$5<>0) } F9: {#DIV/0!;#DIV/0!;#DIV/0!;4} In cell: #DIV/0 Whereas the inverted [1, 0, 0, 0] does not? The inverted can be stored as a name, whereas the original array formula can't. Is there a way for me to store an...
  10. A

    Average Returns a Div/0 error

    i tried searching for this, but couldn't find a good explanation for my particular problem. All the others involve simple averaging, but nothing that excludes zeros. I tried pasting my formula in place of the simple averages but excel does not approve. And because most of the answers I've...
  11. P

    Returning different values for a similar error (Dividing by 0)

    Hello! I'm very new to Excel. I have a spreadsheet where oftentimes my denominator is 0 (it's frustrating, but that's how my work wants it done). Basically, if the number is 0/0 I want it to come up as "-". If the number is (>0)/0, I want it to return 100%. I know that the error is...
  12. D

    Rank return #DIV/0

    Hi There, I have a strange issue with the rank function. I am ranking some 300 numbers using =RANK(A1,$A$1:$A$379) and all I am getting is a div error <TABLE style="WIDTH: 108pt; BORDER-COLLAPSE: collapse" border=0 cellSpacing=0 cellPadding=0 width=144><COLGROUP><COL style="WIDTH: 54pt" span=2...
  13. N

    #Value or #DIV/0! Error

    I want to count the number students (Column B) that completed a task (Column C). But I only want to count the student one time. I also need to be able to account for blank/null cells because I am not sure how many entries will be in my sheet. Here is a data: Student 1 Yes Student 2 Yes...
  14. K

    Trend formula ignore Div/0 error

    i have a couple columns and want to use the Trend Function in excel but that data contains the error #Div/0. is there an easy way to get around this error. =TREND($A$1:$A$10,$B$1:$C$10,B1:C1,TRUE) in column B there is an error div/0 any help is greatly appreciated. Thank you
  15. L

    iserror avoid div/0! in max formula

    Hi, This may or may not be a simple question. Basically I have a column that asks for the max in a row of data. Then I have a conditional format that says if it's equal to the info in the max column then bold that cell. However, I have some where in the rows of data I have Div/0! errors, so...
  16. R

    #DIV/0! Error and percentage difference solution.

    Hi All, <?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" /><o:p></o:p> I have not got a problem (this time), I use this site a lot and decided that I would give something back. <o:p></o:p> This is a formula that I have worked out for when you need to show a percentage...

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