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El 2014-01-05 12:26 a.m., Hylton Conacher (ZR1HPC) escribió:
On 05/01/14 02:10, Ryan Ashley wrote:
I have developed a spreadsheet which contains a sheet for the cover and
basic information as well as one sheet for every month. There is a cell
with a number on every sheet at location H35. I want the average of all
of those which are not zero on the first sheet. I initially tried using
"AVERAGEIF(January.H35:December.H35, ">0")", but it keeps giving me
error 504. I then tried the formula below, which uses COUNTIF, but the
part with COUNTIF in it causes a 504 also. If I cannot use COUNTIF or
AVERAGEIF, how do I get an average of cell H35 on each sheet where H35
is greater than zero?

It certainly sounds like a bug however that being said, but perhaps your
AVERAGEIF formula needs work.

Unfortunately my older version of LO does not have AVERAGEIF so I cannot
check the syntax. Perhaps
<> will have the
answer for you.

Post the answer here or the bug number on this thread.

Hope you come right.


i will suggest SUM and COUNTA, but this last function does not actualize inmediately its value when its source data change, if the change hapens in any sheet not containing COUNTA. The solution is save and reopen the worksheet.

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