Find MIN in a range, but define Minimum number, i.e., >0

scoobyblue

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I have some data that I want to identify the minimum number but I don't want the answer to be zero (numbers in data range are either positive or zero) . How can I do this? (y)
 

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Excel Workbook
ABC
15Min > 0
232
32
40
52
68
76
8
97
108
Min > 0
 
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