# sumif

#### brin

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This formula give an error when there is a negative result in the range s6:s87
=SUMIF(high!\$S\$6:\$S\$87,">0")/L11
How do I write :=SUMIF(high!\$S\$6:\$S\$87,">0")/L11 ,” “
or is there another way to avoid the #div/0! error

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I may have missed something, but your #DIV/0 error is not caused by a negative value in the range. It's caused by a zero value in L11.

Try

=IF(L11=0,0,SUMIF(high!\$S\$6:\$S\$87,">0")/L11)

thanks Yard
Brilliant
that fixed it

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