Pivot Table Averages - Ignore Blanks?

ArielLeigh

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I'm having an issue with a pivot table giving me "#DIV/0!" because it is taking the average of a number and a blank cell. How can I have the pivot table take the average of desired values but ignore the blank cells?

TeamProgramCompletion
NorthANorth
NorthBNorth40%
NorthCNorth85%
SouthASouth6%
SouthBSouth14%

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This is an example of my data and my pivot table shows the program and average completion. Instead of taking the average of 40% and 85% North, it give me an error. HELP!
 

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