How to select cells with error values in Excel?
When you open a worksheet, sometimes, you will find some error messages, such as #DIV/0!, #N/A!, #NAME?, #REF!, ＃VALUE! and so on. These error values display because of formula calculation error or uncorrected function condition. If you want to select all of the error values in a worksheet at a time to correct, delete or format, how should you do?
To select and locate the error values, you can use the Go To Special function of Excel. Please do as follows:
1. Highlight the range that you want to select the error values.
2. Click Home > Find & Select > Go To Special…and a Go To Special dialog box will pop out. Then click Formulas option from the select, and check Errors check box. See screenshot:
3. And then click OK. All of the error values will be selected.
If you have installed Kutools for Excel, this tool will select all cells on your worksheet with a formula that results in an error value easily and quickly.
Select the range and click Kutools > Select Tools > Select Cells With Error Value. See screenshot:
And the error values have been selected. See screenshot:
Click Select Cells With Error Value to know more about this feature.
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