I just changed the format of the whole worksheet to text as well as the field properties in the table on design view and it seemed to work. 6:14 AM Anonymous Thanks Bigwes99!!!!! :oD 9:26 AM Anonymous said... Converting Null values in Access Tips for working with Complex Access Databases use... Unfortunately, this will also display any fields that are Null, which you may or may not want to see. have a peek at this web-site
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 After you mentioned about the formating of the fields I looked at it again and all fields apart from the Family tools is a number. The [Family Tool] field is a check box, and the other two fields are both numbers. The situation is somewhat odd, since some text data kicking around in these fields does get correctly interpretted, but some doesn't. –tobriand May 13 '13 at 14:49 @tobriand I
As a test, try a MakeTable query - and see what Access does with those values ... Then when Access tries to display the records, the cells that have text in them violate the rules of a numeric data type, thus it shows “#Num!”. What are you actually trying to do?
Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Handling a #Num! Wayne-I-M, May 5, 2008 #2 Advertisements Jalal Guest Had already tried same macro but it deleted the data contained in cells and ranges that I had run this micro on! Lucky for me I have my original database in 2000 which shows the same error. Access Divide By Zero I have tried several recommended VB codes to fix this problem that just left my original data a mess or gone completely.
That said, not sure I've used IsNull() To test or gone straight to Nz. #num Error In Access Linked Table Can we see you db? What I have done in my situation is not very satisfactory, but I am getting by. All rights reserved.
I may actually get this running yet. #error In Access They both have the same problem, so I figured I'd deal with one at a time. Error is Access Report Formula Results 1 to 5 of 5 #Num! Linked Table------------------------------------------------------ Row 1 (formatted as text) Row 2 (formatted as number) Text Entered Here 1 1.25 Text Entered Here 2 #Num!
I really don't have the time to experiment further right now. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/16523839/handling-a-num-error-on-importing-excel-into-access Please join our friendly community by clicking the button below - it only takes a few seconds and is totally free. Ms Access #num Error error in a linked Excel 2003 to Access 2003 for some time now and have done so many different things to combat it that I really don't know what solved it Access If Error Then 0 Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter Reply With Quote Jun 23rd, 2005,02:03 PM #4 Norie Board Regular Join Date Apr 2004 Location Stirling Posts 70,244 Does this work?
Here’s how to do it right. http://webtooz.com/num-error/num-error-in-access-report.html Answer: You can use the iif function in your Access query to handle these cases. It is your key to taking Access beyond the world of wizards into a world where anything is possible. Try inserting one new row at the top of your data to set the format for Access. Iferror Access
Password Register FAQ Community Top Posters Today's Posts Search Community Links Social Groups Pictures & Albums Members List Calendar Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Tag Search Advanced Search Find #num Error In Excel Then, in Access, I created a new table for the columns I need, and created a couple sets of nested queries to move new data from the linked table to the error on my formula.
I end up losing 2 characters off some off my individual cells (not all of them). I'll have to try that knowledgebase macro and resetting the Excel formatting on the columns and see if that works for me. -- Clif Still learning Access 2003 > Hi Jalal If any of them are #Num! Nz Access I guess it means Null.
In the other responses I read I saw a reference to "Access looks at the first row to assign the data type"; and "Access looks at the first 8 rows to Sign up now! It needs to be supported by my others without vba skills soon. have a peek here Excel - Tips and Solutions for Excel Privacy Statement Terms of Service Top All times are GMT -4.
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