MS Access - Check for #Error in calculation

I'm doing some math  ##/##
I don't want #Error in the results of the qry
If the ressult is #Error I want the the result to be set to NULL

How would I do this within a select
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Scott McDaniel (Microsoft Access MVP - EE MVE )Infotrakker SoftwareCommented:
I'm assuming this is a divide-by-zero error? You didn't mention exactly what error you think it may be, so I'm assuming the standard.

You can use IIF:

YourCalculatedField: IIF(SomeField=0, Null, OtherField/SomeField)

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keschusterAuthor Commented:
I resolved this by making the join a bit smarter by checking for null on the join instead of letting access tell me it was an error.
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