## How do I get rid of Div 0 in my calculated field?

IFERROR is the simplest solution. For example if your formula was =A1/A2 you would enter =IFERROR(A1/A2,“”) to return a blank or =IFERROR(A1/A2,0) to return a zero in place of the error. If you prefer, use an IF statement such as =IF(A2=0,0,A1/A2).

## How do you hide elements in a pivot table?

Start Power Pivot in Microsoft Excel add-in and open a Power Pivot window. To hide an entire table, right-click the tab that contains the table and choose Hide from Client Tools. To hide individual columns, open the table for which you are hiding a column, right-click the column, and click Hide from Client Tools.

**How do I handle Div 0 in Excel?**

Remove #DIV/0! error (which often occurs as the result of the formula), you can use the IFERROR technique. here: value – this is the formula that can give you the division error. value_if_error – this is the value specify you should get when you have any error.

**How do I show only certain values in a pivot table?**

In the PivotTable, select one or more items in the field that you want to filter by selection. Right-click an item in the selection, and then click Filter. Do one of the following: To display the selected items, click Keep Only Selected Items.

### How do I hide part of a table in Excel?

Hide columns

- Select one or more columns, and then press Ctrl to select additional columns that aren’t adjacent.
- Right-click the selected columns, and then select Hide.

### Why does Div 0 appear in Excel?

The #DIV/0 error in Excel occurs whenever the formula attempts to divide by zero. The division operation in the formula refers to a cell that contains the value 0 or is blank. A simple mathematical theory says any number when divided by zero produces an infinity. EXCEL shows this error by displaying #DIV/0!

**Why do I keep getting Div 0 in Excel?**

The #DIV/0! error appears when a formula attempts to divide by zero, or a value equivalent to zero. Like other errors, the #DIV/0! is useful, because it tells you there is something missing or unexpected in a spreadsheet. You may see #DIV/0! errors when data is being entered, but is not yet complete.

**How do I Filter pivot values?**

In the PivotTable, select one or more items in the field that you want to filter by selection. Right-click an item in the selection, and then click Filter.

#### How do I use advanced Filter in pivot table?

Whatever you want to filter your pivot tables by (in Jason’s situation, it’s type of beer), you’ll need to apply that as a filter. Click within your pivot table, head to the “Pivot Table Analyze” tab within the ribbon, click “Field List,” and then drag “Type” to the filters list.

#### How do I use the Hide function in Excel?

Select the range of cells whose formulas you want to hide. You can also select nonadjacent ranges or the entire sheet. Click Home > Format > Format Cells. On the Protection tab, select the Hidden check box.

**How do I only show certain columns in a pivot chart?**

Excel 2016 – How to have pivot chart show only some columns

- Select the table you want to create the pivot chart from.
- Click on the ‘Insert’ ribbon menu.
- Click on the ‘PivotChart’ button.
- Drag the value you want to chart TWICE into the ‘Values’ box.
- The pivot table will now how the value shown twice.

**How do you hide a cell with a value 0?**

Hide zero values in selected cells

- Select the cells that contain the zero (0) values that you want to hide.
- You can press Ctrl+1, or on the Home tab, click Format > Format Cells.
- Click Number > Custom.
- In the Type box, type 0;-0;;@, and then click OK.