How to ignore #DIV/0! and zeros in Excel with AVERAGE()
The AVERAGE function has a problem generating a result from a column that presents errors, such as the famous #DIV/0!, or zero values. How can one ignore these cells and get a correct result?
The solution remains in the following formula:
Where I2: I297 is the column with the data you want to compile.
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