#DIV/0! Error Formula Help

lhk201

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Feb 27, 2011
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Hello everyone,

I am using the following formula for a number of cells

=AVERAGE(a2:a99)

Some results come back #DIV/0! but because I am using the figures for a chart I would like the result to show blank if this is the case.

Is there an IF formula that can help me with this maybe?

Thanks in advance!!
 

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Michael M

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Code:
=IF(ISERROR(AVERAGE(A2:A99)),"",AVERAGE(A2:A99))
 

Aladin Akyurek

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Hello everyone,

I am using the following formula for a number of cells

=AVERAGE(a2:a99)

Some results come back #DIV/0! but because I am using the figures for a chart I would like the result to show blank if this is the case.

Is there an IF formula that can help me with this maybe?

Thanks in advance!!

On Excel 2007 or later...

=IFERROR(AVERAGE(A2:A99),"")

Otherwise, something like:

=IF(COUNT(A2:A9),AVERAGE(A2:A99),"")
 

lhk201

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Thanks everyone for their speedy response, I used Micheal's formula and it work just fine! :)
 
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