# Iserror Formula Still Returning Div#0

Apr 11, 2007why is this formula

=IF(ISERROR(AVERAGE(H14:H16),"",(AVERAGE(H14:H16)

returning DIV#!0 if there is no data in the target cells, I thought the ISERROR was meant to stop that?

why is this formula

=IF(ISERROR(AVERAGE(H14:H16),"",(AVERAGE(H14:H16)

returning DIV#!0 if there is no data in the target cells, I thought the ISERROR was meant to stop that?

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I would like some code that would wrap if(iserror) around a formula, so that if the result is an error then no text is shown. It would be good if I could select a range and the formula would be adjusted for all cells with formula in. (Would be even better if cells with references in could have if(isblank) instead!) I am currently spending ages adjusting all my formulas manually and haven't got time to try and work out how to do this with vba.(I'm not very experienced with it!)

e.g. =INDEX('Characs Single'!$B$1:$C$100,MATCH('1Report'!$B12,'Characs Single'!$B$1:$B$19,0),2)

would be come

=IF(ISERROR(INDEX('Characs Single'!$B$1:$C$100,MATCH('1Report'!$B12,'Characs Single'!$B$1:$B$19,0),2)),"",INDEX('Characs Single'!$B$1:$C$100,MATCH('1Report'!$B12,'Characs Single'!$B$1:$B$19,0),2))

I'm going wrong with this formula: =if(iserror(J3-VLOOKUP (H3,$H$730:$J$1456,3,FALSE)," "(J3-VLOOKUP(H3,$H$730:$J$1456,3,FALSE)). I feel like I've used a variant of this formula before without encountering any problems.

View 3 Replies View RelatedI am trying to use an ISERROR function in an array formula, but it doesn't seem to be working. The formula I am using is as follows: ={IF(ISERROR(MMULT(Covar1,MMULT(MINVERSE(BC111:CX158),E161:E208))),0,MMULT(Covar1,MMULT(MINVERSE(BC111:CX158),E161:E208)))}

View 6 Replies View RelatedI have filled the following formula in many cells of a spreadsheet.

=IF(ISERROR(VLOOKUP(D75,'Sheet1'!$D$3:$D$5442,1,FALSE)),0,IF(ISERROR(VLOOKUP(C75,'Sheet1'!$C$3:$C$54 42,1,FALSE)),0,IF(ISERROR(VLOOKUP(C75&" - "&D75,'Sheet1'!$A$3:$I$5442,9,FALSE)),VLOOKUP(C75&" - "&G75,'Sheet1'!$B$3:$I$5442,9,FALSE),VLOOKUP(C75&" - "&D75,'Sheet1'!$A$3:$I$5442,9,FALSE))))

I am wondering if I have nested too many functions for this to work properly. In the case where one of the first two if statements are true (an error would be produced), I am receiving a "0" as specified. However, in the case where the statement VLOOKUP(C75&" - "&D75,'Sheet1'!$A$3:$I$5442,9,FALSE) results in an error then I should have the return of VLOOKUP(C75&" - "&G75,'Sheet1'!$B$3:$I$5442,9,FALSE), but am getting a #REF! error instead.

I am trying to fix the below formula =IF(OR(ISERROR((F26-E26)/F26),((F26-E26)/F26)=1),"",(F26-E26)/F26). If I get an error from the formula I want it to return a blank cell. If I get 1 as the answer to the formula I'd like it to return a blank cell. This formula only works if the result is 1 but won't return a blank cell if the answer is an error.

View 2 Replies View RelatedMy problem is when i get a product that isnt in the reference sheets (ie. in cell I19), so when that happens i get "#N/A". I know i can add in ISERROR into my formula, but every time i've tried this it hasn't worked so im missing something...

View 9 Replies View RelatedApplication. ScreenUpdating = False

For FormulaRemake = 2 To 2000

Worksheets("Data"). Range("D" & FormulaRemake).Formula = ""=If(ISERROR(Data!W"" & FormulaRemake - 1 & "")"" & ""=True,"",Data!W"" & FormulaRemake - 1 & "")""

Next

Application.ScreenUpdating = True

I'm having troubles with the syntax for the .Formula part. I read that when you do this you're supposed to double quote everything, except if you need a "" in it...?

Should look like this when done right: =IF(ISERROR(Data!W1)=TRUE,"",Data!W1) Also is there anything besides ScreenUpdating that will make this code run faster?

I have a table that calculates both grand totals and sub-totals, with one cell always showing the grand totals, and one cell that would show different sub-totals based on which filters are applied.

I am using the following formula to find the grand total:

{=SUM(IF(ISERROR(DL14:DL1541)," ",DL14:DL1541))}

I am attempting to use this (non-working) formula for the sub-total:

=SUBTOTAL(9,DL14:DL1541)

The problem is that I have a lot of cells with "#N/A" in them, and can't figure out how to get the sub-total formula to work. I've tried rewriting the sub-total formula in several different ways, but can't get it to work.

It works I1 is blank and it works when F7:K7 has data and I1 is initialed. However, when I1 is initaled and there is no data in F7:K7 the cell reads "N/A". It should read "Approved with insufficient data".

=IF(ISBLANK($I$1),"",IF(ISBLANK(F7&G7&H7&I7&J7&K7),"Approved with insufficient data",LOOKUP(99999999999,F7:K7)))

I am trying to sum a column with values using a report downloaded from Celltracker, however the sum total is returning as zero.

When added using =a1+a2 the value returns correctly.

I need a formula for cell P5 that returns the date for the following Wednesday from a date in cell I3?

For example, if in cell I3 01/05/2014 (through to 06/05/2014) is entered, cell P5 should show 07/05/2014

If the Wednesday date is in cell I3, cell P5 should should that same date (e.g. 07/05/2014 in cell I3 and P5).

I am using this formula. How can I get it to pull 'Sales Materials'!$F17:$F69' and display along with 'Sales Materials'!$B$17:$B$69 when my logical statement is true.

=INDEX('Sales Materials'!$B$17:$F$69,SMALL(IF('Sales Materials'!$E$17:$E$69="YES",ROW('Sales Materials'!$B$17:$B$69)-16),ROW(A1)),1)

I've tried using * but I think something is going on with "-16" which I was told to you use to account for headers.

=AVERAGEIFS($D$106:$D$2825,$D$106:$D$2825,">"&$I117,$D$106:$D$2825,"<"&$J117)

Returns = 0

But on a copy of the same worksheet, the same formula returns the correct value. Is there something wrong with my formula cotext?

the formulas in sheet 2 of the attached file, the formula from rows 27 is returning nothing, and I think I’m not getting the formula right. It may need a little correction.

View 5 Replies View RelatedI am trying to average a data set where some rows at the moment are blank but will update at a later date, I am getting a div/0 error, the formula I am trying to use is

=IF(C23:C30="","",AVERAGE(C23:C30))

I thought this would look at the data and see if its blank leave it blank but if there are numbers there it would give me an average.

I have a Countifs formula that is returning a zero "0",

=COUNTIFS($B$4:$U$4,$A29,$B$10:$U$10,B$18), and it should return a 1.

The manual calculation is turned on and I have tried the F9 and no change in the value returned.

I have the following Vlookup formula:

=VLOOKUP(G3,'Calculation for September 07'!C7:E1975,2,FALSE)

The formula is returning #N/A, but I see the lookup value in the table array.

What do I need to add to the formula to have the lookup value recognized?

1) Not using a macro and combining relevant w/s functions, is there an intelligent way to return the value of:

SUM(n=n1 to n=n2) of (-1)^(n-1)*(n)^(n-2)/(n-1)!*X^n

to a cell containing the formula ??

2)Example:

n1 in cell A5:: 1 (integer variable)

n2 in cell A6:: 32 (integer variable)

X value in cell A7::1.00

Returned sum in cell A8:: 0.567143 ...

I have the following SUMPRODUCT FORMULA, Ive tested all the data in the columns. It's returning a #VALUE. Can someone explain?

=SUMPRODUCT((A1:A10="Ford")*(B1:B10="June")*(C1:C10))

I'm using Excel 2003, if that is a factor.

I am using the OFFSET formula (=OFFSET($A$1,0,0,$B$1,1) and instructions (http://www.ozgrid.com/Excel/DynamicRanges.htm) I found on this site (which is great, by the way).

In the instructions on the site, it requires you to define a range for which the formula to apply. What I tried to do was skip naming the range, and simply using the OFFSET in various cells throughout the file. However, whenever I enter in a row [height] of greater than 1, the formula returns a #Value error. I want to use this offset on multiple data ranges, so naming all of them would be rather time consuming. Is there any way to skip this step?

I am trying to determine if I can write a formula that will read text in one cell, such as insurance and if true enter the amount from another cell and if false then 0. I have tried a IF statement by add the text to name manager. However, the answer is 0 rather than the amount in the selected cell. I might need to use a different formula or function.

View 10 Replies View RelatedI have two tabs (In-Transit) & (AC) column A in both sheet have a "Concatenate" that i copied and pasted and values only and also switch the format to "Text" on both tabs. I do a vlookup

[Code] ......

and it returns the results i want....But then i was thinking due to the volume of data what if the value in column A is found twice on tab "AC".. i wouldn't know with a "Vlookup".

So trying to build a Index/Match formula

[Code] ....

I also returns some good results, but i also get some back as #REF. I also get #NA and both of the formulas and those are valid no matches...

The first two columns are an example of my data set; I would like a formula for the 3rd column (Length+1) which will give me the length at the next age (i.e the value in the cell below in most cases) unless the following age is 1 in which case I want it to return zero.

Age Length Length+1

1 22 51

2 51 78

3 78 94

4 94 0

1 31 46

2 46 69

3 69 85

4 85 96

5 96 103

6 103 0

1 19 36

2 36 52

3 52 0

I know I can do this as I have already succeeded once but since moving a few things on my spread sheet the formula has gone wrong and I can't correct it.

I have one sheet with many different lines on and another I would like to select certain rows with the same reference number in column A. Below is the formula I am using

=IF(ISERROR(INDEX(Lines!$A$2:$J$200,SMALL(IF(Quote!$AL$4=Lines!$A$2:$A$200,ROW(Lines!$A$2:$A$200)-

MIN(ROW(Lines!$A$2:$A$200))+1,""),ROW(Lines!$A$2:$A$200)),COLUMN(C1))),"",

INDEX(Lines!$A$2:$J$200,SMALL(IF(Quote!$AL$4=Lines!$A$2:$A$200,ROW(Lines!$A$2:$A$200)-

MIN(ROW(Lines!$A$2:$A$200))+1,""),ROW(Lines!$A$2:$A$200)),COLUMN(C1)))

what my error is as it is returning the same value for me each time.

I have a reasonable grasp of Excel and this has me completely stumped. Three cells hold numeric values (format General though the format seems not to change the result)

C4 = 4082322.25

D4 = 4046689.05

E4 = 35633.2

Another cell contains the simplest of formulae ...

F4 = "=C4-D4-E4"

Clearly the result should be zero.

In fact the result is (to 15 decimals) ...

0.000000000189175

HOWEVER

If I change F4 formula to "=C4-E4-D4" the result is zero.

I have the following formula that sometimes returns an #N/A value. Is there a way I can stop that from happening?

View 9 Replies View RelatedThis is probably a pretty basic question, but I can't find an answer in Excel help or on the interwebs. I have an IF formula and I'd like 0 returned if the statement is false (e.g. =IF(A1<>0, A1, 0)); however, I would like the 0 returned as text. I've tried the TEXT function and using ` in different places, but all to no avail.

View 7 Replies View RelatedAll the answers I can find for this address either the auto-calculation setting or formatting the cell as a number. I am using this same formula in a bunch of cells to calculate totals: =SUM(E12:E17). It works find all over the sheet, except in one box. There is no difference in formatting or data type or anything.

Not working: notworkingexcel.png

Working: workexcel.png

The numbers being summed from the cells above the one in question are referenced from another sheet if that is relevant.

I am wondering if there is a way to return a cell reference by having excel

look at a table with certain parameters. For instance...

If there were a table with repeated dates such as:

Feb 12 1500 1530

Feb 12 1745 1750

Feb 13 1215 1245

Feb 13 1610 1700

Feb 13 1850 1900

Feb 14 1050 1140

Is there a way to return the cell number (ie A6) for the first instance of

Feb 14?

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