Openoffice Error #value
If you're seeking, check out http://www.rci.org.au--------------------------------------------------------------------- To unsubscribe, e-mail: [hidden email] For additional commands, e-mail: [hidden email] Ennio-Sr Reply | Threaded Open this post in threaded view ♦ ♦ | I've tried to define > the cell as a 'number', but this didn't work. Incorrect references The non-existent value error is also very common. error message (in OpenOffice calc) In reply to this post by Joe Conner See the attached 611.ods and let me know if it is what you are looking for. have a peek here
I've tried to define the cell as a 'number', but this didn't work. It seems to me that only the Ubuntu builds show an explicit error in this case. Nino I first download the .deb package, and then do: [email protected]:~$ sudo dpkg -i openoffice.org_2.0.4-7_i386.deb Password: dpkg: regarding openoffice.org_2.0.4-7_i386.deb containing openoffice.org: openoffice.org-l10n-en conflicts with openoffice.org (>> 1.1.3+1.1.4) openoffice.org (version 2.0.4-7) If it helps, the definition of #value is: Error 519: No result (#VALUE is in the cell rather than Err:519!): Formula yields a value that does not correspond to the definition, https://wiki.openoffice.org/wiki/Documentation/OOo3_User_Guides/Calc_Guide/Finding_and_fixing_errors
When such an occurrence is possible, an IF function can be used to display the data correctly. Harold Fuchs London, England --------------------------------------------------------------------- To unsubscribe, e-mail: [hidden email] For additional commands, e-mail: [hidden email] Nino Pereira Reply | Threaded Open this post in threaded view ♦ ♦ | Division by zero solution It is also possible for the last parameter to use double quotes for a blank to be entered, or a different formula with a standardized number being I read in the 'help' something to the effect that > excel does this differently (and, in this case better).
- Copying this way works also >> for a whole array, so once you have done (in this example) the days, >> you can repeat it for the various contracts.
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- I therefore suggest to let the Ubuntu build behave the same as the official one.
- Enter a set of numbers into say A1:A10.
- But, I'd like to show them up, by leeting them know how easy you can do something considered to be so major that it took them two months to judge and
- As you drag down, the cells you pass over will acquire red borders.
- Your "tar" command is clearly the unpack operation and > I guess your "dpkg ..." command is what runs the installer, but whether > you used the right args or whatever
The Setup Guide may help: http://documentation.openoffice.org/setup_guide2/2.x/en/SETUP_GUIDE.pdfhttp://documentation.openoffice.org/setup_guide2/2.x/en/SETUP_GUIDE_A4.pdfRpms will work if rpm is installed, otherwise they have to be converted with alien or cpio. -- Xfce on PCLinuxOS, OOo 2.0.2 (en_GB). error message (in OpenOffice calc) Harold, thank you for your reaction. Errors listed as “Not used” are not currently assigned to any error condition and will not occur. Openoffice Calc Iferror FYI I have attached the file, with an easy number for the monthly salary (1780, for a month with 178 hours).
So "=10*ISNUMBER(A1:A10)" works with nuls/text in A1:A10. 2. Openoffice Calc Err 502 Chris Cheney (ccheney) wrote on 2008-04-01: #3 Works in upstream openoffice.org 2.4.0 Changed in openoffice.org: importance: Undecided → High status: New → In Progress Chris Cheney (ccheney) on 2008-04-02 Changed in Still, doing it this way is more time consuming than with the array feature, which is exactly why I loved it when I found out that it existed. https://wiki.openoffice.org/wiki/Documentation/OOo3_User_Guides/Calc_Guide/General_error_codes AAMOF these formulas work perfectly under old 1.1.4 Calc. > > Can any of you confirm this is a _feature_ of the new Calc?
Click it and, holding the mouse button down, drag > left/right/up/down to the end of the range you need. Openoffice If I get the error. One problem remains: I can't use your work-around they way you describe it. But I can't get an error message by multiplying by a > zero or a blank cell.
Openoffice Calc Err 502
or, do they know because they may follow >> our conversation?). >> >> One problem remains: I can't use your work-around they way you >> describe it. https://wiki.openoffice.org/wiki/Documentation/How_Tos/Calc:_ISERROR_function The formula =IF(C3>0, B3/C3, "No Report") can be entered. #name? Openoffice It's currently targeted at '3.x' which means it should make into the OOo 3.x series once they do determine what to do. Openoffice Error 511 error message (in OpenOffice calc) On Friday, December 01, 2006 3:20 AM [GMT+1=CET], Nino Pereira <[hidden email]> wrote: > Hi, > > I want to multiply a row that is sparsely
openoffice.org-thesaurus-en-us depends on openoffice.org (>= 1.0.3-3). http://davegaubatz.com/openoffice-error/openoffice-error-log.html If that next cell contains text or a value that is inappropriate for the formula, then this error may result. You should get a thickish black border round the cell and a tiny black square in the bottom right corner of the cell. What version of OpenOffice are you using? Error 508 Openoffice Vlookup
In this case cell C16 contains both numeric data as well as letters. So, for example, if you want to extend the above example by *always* dividing the result by the contents of C3, you could copy/drag "=10*A1/$C$3. Why do I have to change my until now perfectly working since OOo v1 formulas? Check This Out The problem is that you can't get the sum of a cell which is empty (""), this worked in OOo 2.3!
What I do instead is copy the cell contents to some kind of internal storage, a clipboard (with ctrl c), move over to the next cell, and then copy it there Err:509 error reference. 502 Invalid argument Function argument is not valid; for example, a negative number for the root function. The convention, ever since I started using computerised spreadsheets in about 1975, is that non numeric values are treated as zero in arithmetic contexts.
I hope this problem will be solved soon!
Relative references get > changed automatically during copy/drag; absolute references don't. See Also ISERR ISNA NA Information functions Functions listed alphabetically Functions listed by category