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An array has a column of figures derived from a calculation formula in which some input values are not available and have been returned as #Err. (Cannot recall error number).

In order to use this array in another calculation formula I wish to quote the array but am getting red line surrounding the array.

What is correct way to get rid of the errors (due to gaps in data) in the original calculations. I have special copied the formulas to numbers and get the numbers OK but how do I avoid the #Err. If I delete the #Err and leave empty tyhe array still does not work!

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