Min Function question

singcbl

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I am using the min function to determine the lowest value among 5 values in Column A to E. I face a problem in situation where there is only one cell with value above zero and the rest are zero value. In situation like this I would like the result to show the non zero value. How can I do that.
 

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danial

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Try this
=MIN(IF(A1:E1000=0,"",A1:E1000))

Press Ctl+Shift+Enter too
 

Scott Huish

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Office Version
  1. 365
  2. 2010
Platform
  1. Windows
=MIN(IF(A1:E1000<>0,A1:E1000))

Confirm with CTRL-SHIFT-ENTER rather than just Enter.
 

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