Changing #DIV/0 in a pivot table

gideon

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Hi,

Is there any way of changing the result returned from a calculated field in a pivot table from #DIV/0 to something more meaningful, e.g. "no data"?

Thanks in advance
 

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Juan Pablo González

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I believe that in the Pivot Table options, there's a setting for "Error values" or something like that. You could try putting the "No data" in that place to see if that works.
 

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