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Ignore, or display blank for cell yielding #DIV/0!

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    Ignore, or display blank for cell yielding #DIV/0!

    Hi - I am working on a sheet where I need to ignore, or leave blank, cells where #DIV/0! appears. I have tried several different equations including the ifiserror, however, because the cell which is displaying the #DIV/0! is already an if formula, excel is reminding me that I now have too many formulas. Here is the formula that is yielding #DIV/0!, (which it needs to because this is a template workbook), which I need to ignore:

    =STDEVP(IF(DZ7:DZ37 = 0,"",DZ7:DZ37))

    Thanks! Jacob

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    Re: Ignore, or display blank for cell yielding #DIV/0!

    Does this work?

    =IF(COUNT(DZ7:DZ37),STDEVP(IF(DZ7:DZ37<>0,DZ7:DZ37)),"")

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    Re: Ignore, or display blank for cell yielding #DIV/0!

    Nope. Unfortunately it does not work. Any other ideas? I was thinking that if I include an IFISERROR statement in the source formula that is producing the zero... wonder if the STEDPIF and AVERAGEIF would also ignore?

    I'll give it a shot.

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    Re: Ignore, or display blank for cell yielding #DIV/0!

    My formula was supposed to work if any of the cells in the range have a number... if all cells are blank, which would cause the #DIV/0 error, then it would return a blank.

    How did it not work?

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