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Dear Sir,

Thanks & Regards

Soumen Maity

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# Re: #NAME? error problem

If you divide a number by 0 or an empty cell (e.g. "= A1 / B1", where B1 is empty or zero),

you will get the error message "# DIV / 0!".

You can't divide with an empty divisor or 0, as I learned at school (a long time ago :).

The error message confuses sometimes the user.

That doesn't have to be, you can use this formula instead of the simple division:

= IF (ISERROR (A1 / A2), "0", A1 / A2)

or = IFERROR (A1 / A2, "0")

there are a few variants.

This is how you get the desired quotient (result).

Enjoy excel

# Re: #NAME? error problem

@SoumenMaity The #NAME? error suggest that you are using an incorrect function name or reference to a named range that does not exist in one of its arguments. You uploaded an empty file, which isn't very helpful. Can you try again?

# Re: #NAME? error problem

oops wrongly thought ... that happens when the thoughts are faster than the eyes allow

Mr. Riny_van_Eekelen recognized it correctly, Danke :))

The reason for the #NAME error in Excel is the incorrectly entered formula name. If you've entered a formula that doesn't exist, Excel displays the #NAME error.

The # DIV / 0 error message I mentioned comes up when you ask Excel to divide a formula by zero or a blank cell.

# Re: #NAME? error problem

Dear Sir, Please find the attachment & see the small video clip then reply again @Riny_van_Eekelen

# Re: #NAME? error problem

Dear Sir, Please find the attachment & see the small video clip then reply again@Nik@NikolinoDE

best response confirmed by allyreckerman (Microsoft)
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# Re: #NAME? error problem

Wrong formula

=H5\I5

Right formula

=H5/I5

The difference is with slash and backslash.

Use slash "/ ", not backslash  "\"

NikolinoDE

I know I don't know anything (Socrates)

# Re: #NAME? error problem

My Dear Sir,
Thank You very Much.. It's properly work right now.

Soumen Maity