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#Value Error

Posted on 2014-09-09
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As per attached spreadsheet, When a character is entered in cell in column S (say, S24), it gives a #value error in cell Z34.
If column S is blank, there is no error and the sum value appears.

All help/suggestions is appreciated.
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Sorry, here is the attachment.
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I used SUM(Z24,Z25,Z26) instead of SUM(Z24:Z26).

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