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trying to get the average number ignoring all negative value, data and is in one workbook and the info should be in another.
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try use AVERAGEIF or AVERAGEIFS functions:

example:
=AVERAGEIF(D2:D12,">0",D2:D12)

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try change the range accordingly.

more info:

How to calculate average in Excel - formula examples of AVERAGE, AVERAGEIF, AVERAGEIFS
https://www.ablebits.com/office-addins-blog/2015/08/28/excel-average-averageif/
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Hi,

since the question does not exclude 0s

then try
=AVERAGEIF(D2:D12,">=0",D2:D12)

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that part i got but what about getting the info from a different sheet for example data is in sheet1 but i am trying to display data in sheet2?
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then try in sheet2

=AVERAGEIF(Sheet1!D2:D12,">=0",Sheet1!D2:D12)
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so it avoids any negative numbers?
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i had to do this ">0" since this ">=0 gave me wrong information
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Your choice
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