Tony Williams, Mar 3, 2005, in forum: Microsoft Access Reports Replies: 7 Views: 243 Duane Hookom Mar 5, 2005 Is It possible to hide #Num! Tkinter Text widget getting too slow Getting array information out of a function on into another array Browse more Microsoft Access / VBA Questions on Bytes Question stats viewed: 12341 replies: That's what is causing it. You can modify this to show whatever you want there. > > Carl Rapson > > > Guest, May 19, 2007 #6 Advertisements Show Ignored Content Want to reply to http://webtooz.com/num-error/num-error-access-2007.html
castingflame Replies: 1 Views: 169 Rating0 / 5 Last Post By Bulzie View Profile View Forum Posts 10-13-2016, 01:28 PM Page 1 of 165 123456789101151101 ... Access error #Num! You'll be able to ask any tech support questions, or chat with the community and help others. error in the control. http://www.pcreview.co.uk/threads/how-do-i-hide-num-errors-in-access-2007.3089335/
Access error #Error #Type! #Num! #Div/0! #Name There are several very common errors you may encounter in Access Query, Report or Form. LinkBack LinkBack URL About LinkBacks Bookmark & Share Digg this Thread!Add Thread to del.icio.usBookmark in TechnoratiTweet this thread Thread Tools Show Printable Version Display Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Anywhere there's > >> a > >> possibility of dividing by zero, use an IIf statement: > >> > >> IIf ([somefield]=0, 0, [someotherfield]/[somefield]) > >> > >> Carl Rapson > These include #Error #Type! #Num! #Div/0! #Name.
errors. But how do I > >> > hide > >> > the error? > >> > I know how to do this in excel but nor access > >> > >> Anyway: solution = don't use a linked table that mixes text and numbers. Access If Error Then 0 See solution in other versions of Access: Access 2007 Access 2003 Question: In Microsoft Access 2003/XP/2000/97, I'm trying to write a formula in a query as follows: [Price]/[Quantity] Most of the
Note that even if your Field is a Text, as long as the data is a number, Access can still do calculation. Thanks again. Sign in Search Microsoft Search Products Templates Support Products Templates Support Support Apps Access Excel OneDrive OneNote Outlook PowerPoint SharePoint Skype for Business Word Install Subscription Training Admin How to correct Error Randall Roberts, Nov 16, 2003, in forum: Microsoft Access Reports Replies: 1 Views: 330 R.
Forum Tools Mark This Forum Read View Parent Forum Search Forum Show Threads Show Posts Advanced Search Threads in This Forum Title / Thread Starter Replies / Views Last Post By Access Divide By Zero In the Maximum Iterations box, type the number of times you want Excel to recalculate. If you divide a value by 0, #Div/0! Sort threads by: Thread Title Last Post Time Thread Start Time Number of Replies Number of Views Thread Starter Thread Rating Allows you to choose the data by which the thread
A formula results in a number that’s too large or too small to be shown in Excel. https://support.office.com/en-us/article/How-to-correct-a-NUM-error-f5193bfc-4400-43f4-88c4-8e1dcca0428b I tried using =IIf(IsError(Calculation),0,Calculation) but no dice. (The calculation/IIf statement is the Control Source for the control, not done through vba) Feb 12 '07 #1 Post Reply Share this Question 3 Ms Access #num Error All rights reserved. Remove #num In Access It's hopeless joining bad data to a good database, without some cleanup procedures.
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Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.3 Copyright © 2016 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. Access #num Linked Table On the Formulas tab, under Calculation options, check the Enable iterative calculation box. Oh, and I have seen solutions that use Excel to fix it, but I really want the fix to be in access, not excel.
What difficulty would the Roman Empire have besieging a fantasy kingdom's 49m wall? Hallgeir, Sep 19, 2008, in forum: Microsoft Access Reports Replies: 1 Views: 237 Allen Browne Sep 19, 2008 Loading... muckshifter posted Nov 14, 2016 at 9:34 AM Black Friday starts today! Check This Out These linked tables need to be changed every month and I believe asking him to paste special every month would not go down well :-( (The linking needs to be done
There's some code that links an Excel (97-2003) spreadsheet: tdf.Connect = "Excel 5.0;HDR=Yes;IMEX=2;DATABASE="&strXLFileName tdf.SourceTableName = strSourceTableName & "$" CurrentDb.TableDefs.Append tdf When I open the linked table afterwards, I see #Num! Data not updated Access may not recognize the latest version of your data source, therefore Access cannot find the newly added Field name your are referring to in the source. error. display 0 if this occurs?
Is there a way I can write my calculation to avoid this, i.e. All rights reserved. Is there a way I can tell Access, if dividing by zero, the result is zero? If you formulas appear underneath a range then what you need to do is to create a new worksheet that references the actual data without the sub totals and import this
For example, you should not name a Field as "Name", because it is a reserved word referring to other Objects. To fix this, change the number of times Excel iterates formulas: Click File > Options. Just so I know i'm doing this right, can you > translate > this into the required formula please.... > > =[CountOfWON DOUBLES?]/[CountOfPLAYED DOUBLES?] > > It's set to show as Click Show Calculation Steps if it’s available, and pick the resolution that works for your data.
Its an Australianism Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter Reply With Quote Mar 16th, 2011,02:07 AM #6 james_lankford Board Regular Join Date Jan 2009 Posts 1,021 Re: Can Carl Rapson Carl Rapson, May 18, 2007 #5 Guest Guest THANKS FOR YOUR HELP... sara, Jun 26, 2004, in forum: Microsoft Access Reports Replies: 3 Views: 546 Ken Snell Jun 26, 2004 #Num! Access error #Type!