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Quickly select cells with error values in Excel

Occasionally there are some error values produced by formulas, such as #DIV/0!, #N/A . It will be easy to edit or delete these error values if you can select these cells firstly. However, work becomes tough if you go through the whole worksheet and select each cell with these error values manually. With Kutools for Excel's Select Cells With Error Value tool, you can quickly select all cells with error value produced by formulas at a time.

arrow blue right bubble Click Kutools >> Select >> Select Cells With Error Value, see screenshot:

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1. Highlight the range that you want to select the error values.

2. Apply this utility by clicking Kutools > Select > Select Cells With Error Value, and a dialog pops out to remind you the number of selected error values, just click OK to close it, at the same time, all cells with error values have been selected immediately. See screenshots:

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The functionality described above is just one of 300 powerful functions of Kutools for Excel.

Designed for Excel(Office) 2019, 2016, 2013, 2010, 2007 and Office 365. Free download and use for 60 days.

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    Connor Mitchell · 4 years ago
    Why won't this utility work with pivot tables?