Summing values that are looked up from Pivot table

amwilber

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Hello,
I have a reference lookup to a pivot table that uses the following formula

=GETPIVOTDATA("Price Used",'IBE All'!$A$3,"Month Number",C$1)

The lookup is working good except for the months where there is no value present. For those months I am getting the #REF! error. When I go and try to sum up the total I am getting the #REF! error despite there being numbers in the fields. I am just using this formula to sum =SUM(C2:N2)

Does anyone know why I would be getting the #REF! error when just summing values? Is it due to that pivot table lookup?


Thank you in advance!

Andrew
 

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