# Ms Sharepoint Calculated Value Error

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## Sharepoint Calculated Column Formula Generator

up vote 1 down vote favorite I have a calculated column called SUID # that pulls the value from a single line text input called SUID. The formula in SUID # is: =RIGHT(LEFT(SUID,INT(FIND("=",SUID)-1)),LEN(LEFT(SUID,INT(FIND("=",SUID)-1)))-1) If SUID is blank, the SUID # column will show #VALUE! Is it possible to change that error text? I would like it to say "Please Enter the SUID Only on Package Pickup" 2010 calculated-column share|improve this question asked

## Sharepoint Calculated Value Reference Other Column

Dec 18 '14 at 15:23 nicolefdesigns 245 add a comment| 1 Answer 1 active oldest votes up vote 1 down vote accepted It'd be something like this: =IF(ISERROR(RIGHT(LEFT(SUID,INT(FIND("=",SUID)-1)),LEN(LEFT(SUID,INT(FIND("=",SUID)-1)))-1)),"Please Enter the SUID Only on Package Pickup",RIGHT(LEFT(SUID,INT(FIND("=",SUID)-1)),LEN(LEFT(SUID,INT(FIND("=",SUID)-1)))-1)) http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/bb862071(v=office.14).aspx share|improve this answer answered Dec 18 '14 at 15:27 Eric Alexander♦ 35.3k73474 This is perfect. I was trying that ISERROR syntax earlier, but couldn't get it right. Thank you! –nicolefdesigns Dec 18 '14 at 15:34 @nicolefdesigns kindly tick mark the answer to close the question :) –Arsalan Adam Khatri Dec 18 '14 at 15:35 @ArsalanAdamKhatri Since I'm a new user, I have a 5 minute wait time to be able to close the question. I think that is a bit ridiculous, but it can't be helped. –nicolefdesigns Dec 18 '14 at 15:36 ^ Yes I observed that feature in the beginning.. I'm sure there will be strong reason for it.. Some new users usually leave the question open even when answered, and closing questions can only be done by questioner so thanks.. :) –Arsalan Adam Khatri Dec 18 '14 at 15:40 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log in Sign up using Google Sign up using Facebook Sign up using Email and Passwo

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To: SharePoint Server 2010 , SharePoint Foundation 2010 , SharePoint Server the formula contains reference(s) to field(s). 2007 Central Administration , SharePoint Server 2007 , More... Which version do I have? More... Returns the average (arithmetic mean) http://sharepoint.stackexchange.com/questions/125619/2010-changing-value-error-in-calculated-column of the arguments. Syntax AVERAGE(number1,number2, ...) Number1, number2, ... are 1 to 30 numeric arguments for which you want the average. Remarks The arguments must be either numbers or references that contain numbers. If an array or column reference https://support.office.com/en-us/article/AVERAGE-function-73cdedbf-5954-492d-a32d-aa9fbc29c5ec argument contains text, logical values, or is empty, those values are either ignored or return the #VALUE! error value; however, arguments with the value zero are included. Example Col1 Col2 Col3 Col4 Col5 Formula Description (Result) 10 7 9 27 2 =AVERAGE([Col1], [Col2], [Col3], [Col4], [Col5]) Average of the column numbers (11) 10 7 9 27 2 =AVERAGE([Col1], [Col2], [Col3], [Col4], [Col5], 5) Average of the column numbers and 5 (10) Share Was this information helpful? Yes No Great! Any other feedback? How can we improve it? Send No thanks Thank you for your feedback! × English (United States) Contact Us Privacy & Cookies Terms of use & sale Trademarks Accessibility Legal © 2016 Microsoft

data calculations Applies To: Windows SharePoint Services 3.0, SharePoint Server 2007, Less Applies To: Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 , SharePoint Server 2007 , More... Which version do I have? More... You can use formulas and functions in lists or libraries to calculate https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Introduction-to-data-calculations-94e1b4cc-cd1c-49c2-80ec-90c9b9591f47 data in a variety of ways. By adding a calculated column to a list or library, you can create a formula that includes data from other columns and performs functions to calculate dates and times, to perform mathematical equations, or to manipulate text. For example, on a tasks list, you can use a column to calculate the number of days it takes to complete each task, based on the Start sharepoint calculated Date and Date Completed columns. Note: This article describes the basic concepts related to using formulas and functions. For specific information about a particular function, see the article about that function. In this article Formulas overview Functions overview Using column references in a formula Using constants in a formula Using calculation operators in a formula Formulas overview Formulas are equations that perform calculations on values in a list or library. A formula sharepoint calculated column starts with an equal sign (=). For example, the following formula multiplies 2 by 3 and then adds 5 to the result. =5+2*3 You can use a formula in a calculated column and to calculate default values for a column. A formula can contain functions, column references, operators, and constants, as in the following example. =PI()*[Result]^2 Element Description Function The PI() function returns the value of pi: 3.141592654. Reference (or column name) [Result] represents the value in the Result column for the current row. Constant Numbers or text values entered directly into a formula, such as 2. Operator The * (asterisk) operator multiplies, and the ^ (caret) operator raises a number to a power. A formula might use one or more of the elements from the previous table. Here are some examples of formulas (in order of complexity). Simple formulas (such as =128+345) The following formulas contain constants and operators. Example Description =128+345 Adds 128 and 345 =5^2 Squares 5 Formulas that contain column references (such as =[Revenue] >[Cost]) The following formulas refer to other columns in the same list or library. Example Description =[Revenue] Uses the value in the Revenue column. =[Revenue]*10/100 10% of the value in the Revenue column. =[Revenue] > [Cost] Returns Yes if the value i