Subtract constant in sum function

KayserDK

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Aug 29, 2019
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Hi All,

I have a small problem.

I need to sum a range of numbers and subtract a constant.
I have used the method: {=SUM(B4:BUU4-0.5)}, which gives me a #VALUE error. The problem occurs since there is empty cells in this range. I have also tried with a {=SUM.IF(B4:BUU4,">0",B4:BUU4-0,5)}, but with no success.

Please help :)

Best regards
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mohadin

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Office Version
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Hi If I Understand
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Code:
=SUM(B4:BUU4)-0.5
 

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