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# Remove Zeros from Data

Discussion in 'Ask an Excel Question' started by Tripp, Nov 14, 2017.

1. ### TrippMember

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Hello,

I have a formula which picks up certain data from a Pivot table. The formula has been working fine until I found some Zeros in the data which are being brought through and disrupting my charts down the line. The formula is as follows:

=IFERROR(IF(GETPIVOTDATA("Result",PivotTable!\$A\$4,"Sample Date",\$A580,"Determinand Name",C\$1)="",NA(),GETPIVOTDATA("Result",PivotTable!\$A\$4,"Sample Date",\$A580,"Determinand Name",C\$1)),NA())

I tried adding an OR function but it just makes the cell = #N/A. I know I can use IFS but that would make my formula very long with lots of repeating, surely there must be a better way?

How can I add Zero as well as blank detection into this formula?

Regards,

Tripp
2. ### NARAYANK991Excel Ninja

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3. ### TrippMember

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Hi Narayan,

Thanks so much, I have adapted the formula to the following, much sexier:

=IFERROR(1/(1/GETPIVOTDATA("Result",PivotTable!\$A\$4,"Sample Date",\$A581,"Determinand Name",C\$1)),NA())

Cheers!