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Share it with others Twitter Linked In Google Reddit StumbleUpon Posting Permissions You may not post new threads You may not post replies You may not post attachments You may not If either field is =0 then no division is done. Find More Posts by boblarson 07-20-2009, 02:43 PM #12 tebule Registered User Join Date: Oct 2008 Posts: 38 Thanks: 0 Thanked 0 Times in 0 Sign Up Now!

The first takes the total of each building type that my company owns in each city, and the second takes the total of ALL (not just company owned) buildings by type Should I defragment my SSD? There are sometimes Zero's > in Ext Price Compare 1 and sometimes there are zero's in Ext Price Compare 2, > so for example: > Ext Price Compare 1 Ext Price Ms Access Iferror Share it with others Like this thread?

viccop Forms 3 04-09-2009 09:26 AM Query - Divide Mesh Queries 5 03-21-2006 02:48 AM Overflow Error Jefro Modules & VBA 8 04-01-2005 10:52 AM Program Error Divide by zero abain thanks. Since I believe that when you use IIF as an expression in a control (as opposed to using it in a query) both the True and the False argument are evaluated. http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/msoffice/forum/msoffice_access-mso_windows8/getting-an-error-in-access-query-division-by-zero/6aca4dd8-3dda-45e6-8559-c6489dc8f8c1 You can test in an IIf() and only do the division if it's greater than zero. __________________ Paul Microsoft Access MVP To view links or images in signatures your post count

boblarson View Public Profile Visit boblarson's homepage! Access #num! There is only one formula in the query and that formula is only adding data from another query "qryTOTFielded". We'll demonstrate how to do this with the example below. Copyright © 2003-2016 TechOnTheNet.com.

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Most are only adding with no division and all are giving me the same error.Hope someone can help. http://www.pcreview.co.uk/threads/dividing-by-zero-in-access-reports.3818175/ So you might have to use > something along the lines of the following to keep the division from > generating an error. > > =IIf(Nz([Ext Price Compare 1],0)=0 > or Iserror Access All contents Copyright 1998-2016 by MrExcel Consulting. Access If Error Then 0 Answer: You can use the iif function in your Access query to handle these cases.

Mark H Guest I am trying to divide two columns and get a percentage and the following errors: #Div/0! (division by Zero error) #Num! (0 divide by 0 error) how do http://securityanalogies.com/ms-access/ms-access-error-3141.html So I am very confused as to why I would be getting a division by zero error when I'm not dividing anything. If so, it replaces the Null with a 0 in this calculation. Kryst51 View Public Profile Find More Posts by Kryst51 07-20-2009, 02:05 PM #6 MSAccessRookie AWF VIP Join Date: May 2008 Location: Central NJ, USA Ms Access #error In Query

Not sure if you were asking me but I didn't test it. All rights reserved.REDDIT and the ALIEN Logo are registered trademarks of reddit inc.πRendered by PID 27739 on app-584 at 2016-12-01 11:50:02.950450+00:00 running 2b13695 country code: IE. How can I avoid this? this contact form with the nz function it will return a 0 in the code I have included.

I will always be dealing with zero as an answer, that is just unavoidable. #num Error In Access Linked Table I get the dreaded "division by zero" error when I try and open a query. This forum is about taking the next step (or perhaps the next two steps) toward becoming a better Access programmer, and the AWF Forum Members will help you on your journey.To

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Can you have negative sets? Share this page: Advertisement Back to top Home | About Us | Contact Us | Testimonials | Donate While using this site, you agree to have read and accepted our Terms Look up the Nz() function in VBA help. -- Fred Please respond only to this newsgroup. Replace #error With 0 In Access Thanks, K > "John Spencer" wrote: > > > I think that may still error.

Any suggestions on how to avoid this error in the future? So what i have in my report footer for formula is: =Sum([SumOfGeneral_Repair])/[text39] How would i incorparate that formula so i can forget the divide by zero error? Forum HomeSearchHelpUA Messages|-- UtterAccess.com NewsAccess Knowledge Center|-- Access Code Archive|-- Access Knowledgebase / FAQ|-- Access TutorialsMicrosoft® Access|-- Local Access User Groups (AUGs)|-- Interface Design|-- Access Q and A|-- Access Tables + navigate here If you're having a computer problem, ask on our forum for advice.

Please join our friendly community by clicking the button below - it only takes a few seconds and is totally free. Use the Search functionality on this board 3. Divide by 0 or null P: 4 kashman Hello, I am hoping this is an easy question for someone out there. Hello and welcome to PC Review.

A blank is displayed in the report control. > > Look up the Nz() function in VBA help. > -- > Fred > Please respond only to this newsgroup. > I So the expression in a calculated field in query could be as follows: IIf(Nz([proc1],0)=0,0,Nz([rtn 1],0)/[Proc1]) John Spencer Access MVP 2002-2005, 2007-2009 The Hilltop Institute University of Maryland Baltimore County Duane Hookom Check out the FAQ page. Divide by zero error trapping divide and conquer Browse more Microsoft Access / VBA Questions on Bytes Question stats viewed: 4882 replies: 5 date asked: Feb 16 '07 Follow this discussion

Advertisement About Us Contact Us Testimonials Donate Follow us Home MS Access Queries TechOnTheNet.com requires javascript to work properly. Since I believe that when you use IIF as > > an expression in a control (as opposed to using it in a query) both the > > True and the Your name or email address: Do you already have an account?

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