Pivot Table Divide by zero error-need to eliminate

Posted on 2011-10-31
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Last Modified: 2012-08-13
On an Excel 2010 Pivot Table, some of the percentages reflect the #DIV/0! error.  How can I get this to not display?
Question by:ssmith94015
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dlmille earned 2000 total points
ID: 37058908
You can hide errors in a PivotTable display:  http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/excel-help/hide-error-values-and-error-indicators-in-cells-HP003056121.aspx#BMhide_error_values_in_a_pivottable_rep

Hide error values in a PivotTable report
1.Click the report.
2.On the PivotTable toolbar, click PivotTable, and then click Table Options.
3.Do one or more of the following:
Change error display     Select the For error values, show check box under Format options. In the box, type the value that you want to display instead of errors. To display errors as blank cells, delete any characters in the box.

Change empty cell display     Select the For empty cells, show check box. In the box, type the value that you want to display in empty cells. To display blank cells, delete any characters in the box. To display zeros, clear the check box.



Author Closing Comment

ID: 37058947
I did not even think of the error display, I thought it would be more complicated than that!  Thank you.


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