Trend formula ignore Div/0 error

KMacattack

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Nov 24, 2008
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i have a couple columns and want to use the Trend Function in excel but that data contains the error #Div/0.

is there an easy way to get around this error.

=TREND($A$1:$A$10,$B$1:$C$10,B1:C1,TRUE)

in column B there is an error div/0


any help is greatly appreciated.

Thank you
 

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Sahak

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Nov 10, 2006
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Hi KMacattack

I never use this formula but to avoid getting an error div/0 you can use:
Code:
 =IF(ISERROR(TREND($A$1:$A$10,$B$1:$C$10,B1:C1,TRUE)=TRUE),0,TREND($A$1:$A$10,$B$1:$C$10,B1:C1,TRUE))
 

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