I just tried it and it doesn't work in there (A1 = "=Nz(B1)" results in #NAME?). I've also tried NZ(Sum([Field1]*[Field2]),0 as suggested elsewhere, and edited it like this: NZ(Sum([Field1]/[Field2]),0 but that doesn't do anything at all. That's going to leave your users scratching their heads and reaching for the phone to ask what's up. Register Help Remember Me? have a peek at this web-site
Forum Board FAQ Forum Rules Guidelines for Forum Use FAQ Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts Search New Posts Zero Reply Posts Subscribed Threads MrExcel Consulting Advanced Search By Susan Harkins | in Microsoft Office, February 6, 2009, 2:14 AM PST RSS Comments Facebook Linkedin Twitter More Email Print Reddit Delicious Digg Pinterest Stumbleupon Google Plus Missing values can Hicks Nov 16, 2003 Calculations in Report, #Num! Error is Access Report Formula Results 1 to 5 of 5 #Num!
The workaround may not display the zero, but it should suppress the #Error. Reply With Quote Jun 23rd, 2005,01:23 PM #5 Jonbob Board Regular Join Date Feb 2003 Posts 160 thanks- if net sales=0 formula worked. To avoid the problem, test the RecordCount of the form's Recordset. On occasion within the recordset Either B1, B2 have a 0 Value as well as B1,B2 are both 0 so I get a result of #Error or #Num depending if I
But how do I hide > the error? > I know how to do this in excel but nor access I don't think you can hide it, but you can allow It does occur if the form's Allow Additions property is Yes, or if the form is bound to a non-updatable query. User Name Remember Me? Ms Access #num Error Site Message (Message will auto close in 2 seconds)Welcome to UtterAccess!
Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter Reply With Quote Jun 23rd, 2005,01:03 PM #4 Norie Board Regular Join Date Apr 2004 Location Stirling Posts 69,869 Does this work? Num Error Rate Function What is the error message? The first is fields that contain nulls and the second is division by zero. https://www.techonthenet.com/access/queries/divide_by_zero.php Password Register FAQ Community Top Posters Today's Posts Search Community Links Social Groups Pictures & Albums Members List Calendar Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Tag Search Advanced Search Find
I wasn't sure without checking if Nz() was available as a formula within a control though. Division By Zero Error In Access You just solved a problem I've been wrestling with since yesteday! Mantispony View Public Profile Find More Posts by Mantispony 03-31-2011, 05:53 AM #12 vbaInet AWF VIP Join Date: Jan 2010 Location: U.K. appears i want it to have a value of 0.
Guest Guest I'm using access 2007. http://www.access-programmers.co.uk/forums/showthread.php?t=22059 Please Wait... Num Error When Calculating Irr Access error #Error #Type! #Num! #Div/0! #Name There are several very common errors you may encounter in Access Query, Report or Form. Num Error In Excel You can either avoid using reserved words in Report/Form, or you can do your calculation in Query first.
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To refresh the data source, change data source to another table, and then change back to the data source. Iserror Access We use advertisements to support this website and fund the development of new content. If you're having a computer problem, ask on our forum for advice.
You can modify this to show whatever you want there. > > Carl Rapson > > > Guest, May 19, 2007 #6 Advertisements Show Ignored Content Want to reply to Access error #Name The cause of #Name Error is very similar to that of #Type! error occurs. #num Error In Access Linked Table is this possible.
Reserved Word Access has some reserved words that you should not use as field name.
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