I need to hide the content of cells showing this error message, however I do not want to eliminate the formula in the cell. The error is being cause by a formula that looks to divide something by zero. I want the cell to appear blank in this case. Once the cell that is going to be the denominator is populated with a value, I would want the cell to show the results of the formula. For example: Cell A1=1 Cell A2=0 Cell A3=A1/A2 I would want nothing to show in A3. If Cell A2 was changed to = 2, I would want cell A3 to show .5. Any help is greatly appreciated.

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=(INDEX(K30:K41,MONTH($B$2),1)-INDEX(J30:J41,MONTH($B$2),1))/INDEX(J30:J41,MONTH($B$2),1)

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Im using xl2003.

I'm simply trying to divide column A by column B in column C. However in my field of data A and B are sometimes zero values that return a #DIV/0! answer in C.

Without introducing and more columns how can i eliminate this error value?

Thanks in advance!

Need to know how to eliminate the #DIV/0 sign. Here my formula:

=SUM(C2/D2*100%)

Using Office 2003

Thank You

formula. Is there any way to by pass the "0" in DIV/0? in other words, I am

using 4 columns of numbers that were each averaged. There is another column

with the average of the 4 separate columns, but I get the "DIV/0" unless all

4 of the other colums have a base larger than "0". In other words do I have

to wait until all 4 coulms are completed before I can determine the on going

average, or is there a formula or way to get the averages of the columns that

do not have a zero base and not have to wait until all 4 colums have a base

larger than zero?

I read a similar post where they needed to suppress the

error message above and the answer was to use =IF(COUNT

(B35:B47)>0,AVERAGE(B35:B47,"") to eliminate the error.

Of course, this was in response to the specific formula

the person was using.

So I thought that I could use =IF(COUNT(B35:B47)>0,

(insert my functions here),"") and that would work. It

doesn't appear to.

The spreadsheet has each month of the year, broken out by

days. When the current month is September, there is not

information in Oct, Nov and Dec. How to keep the #DIV/0!

error from appearing in those months using =SUMIF

(BJ3:BJ32,"0")/COUNTIF(BJ3:BJ32,"0") ?

Thank you !

I have lots of #DIV/0!.

This is the display you get when you have value divide by zero,

I want to eliminate to display this error when i open the sheet.

Basically when i go to the sheet with #DIV/0! then it needs to show blank with the formula

in the cell.

Is there a solution for this.

Thanks and looking forward for help.

RM

=AVERAGEIFS(DataFilledReport!$F:$F,DataFilledReport!$G:$G,'Recruiter Stats'!N$4)

When the recruiter's name is not available in the raw data, it returns #DIV/0!. I am unsure of what to include in the function to eliminate the Div/0 and still return an accurate number. Can anyone assist me on what to add to eliminate this?

Thank you in advance.

I am working on a formula that calculates the average percentages within a range of cells. Below is the formula that I am using right now. It works perfect if the range of cells is greater than zero, however, if the range of cells equals zero the formula generates a #DIV/0! error. Can anyone help me solve this problem?

I know that when i'm working with an array that I need to press Ctrl + Shift + Enter instead of just hitting the enter button when i'm done typing in the formula bar at the top of the screen.

=AVERAGE(IF(ISERROR('Week 1'!I4:I27),"",IF('Week 1'!I4:I27>0,'Week 1'!I4:I27)))

I've attached an example. In the example, the only time the #DIV/0 appears is when "Y" appears in the Commit and In-House column for all rows. This is the condition I'm trying to suppress the #DIV/0 error for.

All the formula's I'm using are Array Formula, as are all my attempts to suppress the error.

Original Formula

=SUM(IF(D3:D5="Y",IF(F3:F5="",IF(E3:E5="",C3:C5)/SUM(IF(D3:D5="Y",IF(F3:F5="",IF(E3:E5="",B3:B5)))))))

(A2=0,"",A1/A2) Method

=IF(SUM(IF(D3:D5="Y",IF(F3:F5="",IF(E3:E5="",C3:C5)/SUM(IF(D3:D5="Y",IF(F3:F5="",IF(E3:E5="",B3:B5)))))))=0,"",SUM(IF(D3:D5="Y",IF(F3:F5="",IF(E3:E5="",C3:C5)/SUM(IF(D3:D5="Y",IF(F3:F5="",IF(E3:E5="",B3:B5))))))))

I looked at another possible solution that Dave posted that uses Custom Formatting on a per cell basis, but I can't seem to get that working either.

Originally Posted by Dave To hide zeros cell-by-cell use a Custom Number Format like 0.00;-0.00; where 0.00 is desired format for non zeros. Note the use of -0.00 for negatives. Any alternatives or suggestions are greatly appreciated.

1) GrpIV on C15 is returning #DIV/0! and we need it to return 0

Please see the attachment. Your help is greatly appreciated!

- - -Scott

=I3-J3-((((A3*B3)*A$20)/C3)+(((F3*H3)*G3)/A$21)+((D3*A$21)/E3)+(A$18*((((A3*B3)/C3)+(F3*G3)/A$19)+(D3/E3))))

Cells A18, a19, a20 & a21 are all fixed values. entries on line 3 are all variables and are groups of information, i.e. A3 to B3 is one group, D3 & E3 is another group and F3 to H3 is another group. In some instances there may be data in either group1, group2 or group three or there may be data in any two of the groups or there may be data in all three groups. Cells I3 & j3 are independent values and will always contain a value.

Would appreciate any assistance before I go mad.

Thanks a lot

ajakmerlin

=SUM(H11:H35)/SUM(A11:A34)

this works as long as there are numbers in a11:a34. but when there are no numbers the formula returns that dreaded error #div/0!

I am able to create an =if formula to deal with the error but then I cannot get the

=SUM(H11:H35)/SUM(A11:A34) to give a number. I have searched the web and this site for hours today and cannot solve this problem. Calling me a novice is an insult to that class, but I would really like any help anyone could provide.

I am betting it is a simple solution

Here's my formula:

=AVERAGEIFS('Data Sheet'!Q$2:Q$46,'Data Sheet'!A$2:A$46,"CHI",'Data Sheet'!C$2:C$46,"Other",'Data Sheet'!D$2:D$46,1)

Problem is, if I don't have a match using this criteria, it returns a value of #DIV/0!

How do I get Excel to either ignore the cells when I don't have a match, or return a value of zero to the cell I'm averaging from?

Thanks.

Simple one for today...

I have a number of columns within a worksheet that have formulas in them, If any cells in a row have unfilled data the formula cells display #DIV/0! I fully understand why this happens, but is there any way of hiding this and just showing the relevent cell as blank unless there is a valid return for it?

Preferably I would like to do this at workbook level.......

Thanks,

Solved;

Using an IF statement on the formula cell

IF(DataSource=0,"",OriginalFormula)

Alec.

Thank you for your time.

- - -Scott

Im using the below calculation that keeps returning a #DIV/0! error if no data is present, so I have tried to use the ISERROR to make it blank, excel takes the below calculation but still shows the #DIV/0!, Any ideas???

=IF(ISERROR(SUMIF('Data Input'!$I$2:$J$1000,AA5,'Data Input'!$J$2:$J$1000)+SUMIF('Data Input'!$I$2:$J$1000,Z5,'Data Input'!$J$2:$J$1000))/(COUNTIF('Data Input'!$D$2:$D$1000,B5)),"",(SUMIF('Data Input'!$I$2:$J$1000,AA5,'Data Input'!$J$2:$J$1000)+SUMIF('Data Input'!$I$2:$J$1000,Z5,'Data Input'!$J$2:$J$1000))/(COUNTIF('Data Input'!$D$2:$D$1000,B5)))

J

if I evaluate each portion of the formula separately, it works fine. I checked the row lengths of each of the dynamic ranges and they are identical.

I think the issue is that some of the values in the "VestingLen" are zero, but they should be excluded from the calculation based on the other criteria. e.g. If I were to manually type the formula without the conditional if, then it would work.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

=SUMPRODUCT((Names=$A6)*(VestedDate=B$1)*(Type="Restricted Stock")*Shares/(VestingLen/VestingInc)*SharePrice)

My basic formula in cell B1 is =IF((A1>99),ROUND(A1,2),ROUND(A1,6)) which works well.

However if A1 is blank I get the #DIV/0! message and so I am trying to use the ISERROR to hide it but to no avail.

I am trying:- =IF(ISERROR(((A1>99),ROUND(A1,2),ROUND(A1,6))),"",(A1>99),ROUND(A1,2),ROUND(A1,6))

All I get is the formula error box.

Could anybody help me please?

Many thanks

Reg

thanks in advance

Billy B