Harold Fuchs London, England --------------------------------------------------------------------- To unsubscribe, e-mail: [hidden email] For additional commands, e-mail: [hidden email] TerryJ Reply | Threaded Open this post in threaded view ♦ ♦ | Report 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 Examples of common errors Err:503 Division by zero This error is the result of dividing a number by either the number zero (0) or a blank cell. That will be >> helpful for years to come. http://vbview.net/openoffice-error/openoffice-error-log.php
The error number appears in the cell, and a brief explanation of the error on the right side of the status bar. Affecting: OpenOffice Filed here by: Chris Cheney When: 2008-04-06 Completed: 2011-05-18 Target Distribution Baltix BOSS Juju Charms Collection Elbuntu Guadalinex Guadalinex Edu Kiwi Linux nUbuntu PLD Linux Tilix tuXlab Ubuntu Ubuntu This error also occurs if more than one matching cell is found by the DGET function. 503 Invalid floating point operation (cell displays #NUM!) Division by 0, or another calculation that It is then difficult to pick out the numbers among them. https://wiki.openoffice.org/wiki/Documentation/OOo3_User_Guides/Calc_Guide/Finding_and_fixing_errors
Once this has finished you can delete the original > downloaded file and all the unpacked files; they play no further part in > your use of OOo. It is really a hidden option, I've tried to search it in the help, but with no success. When I click on a cell I don't get the little + sign, and dragging doesn't do anything.
I for myself installed Java from Sun, and OOo from the official sites. Penalver (penalvch) wrote on 2011-05-18: Re: [upstream] [3.2] calc: sum show #VALUE or err:529 #21 Christoph Roeder, this phenomenon is the same in LibreOffice Calc, Gnumeric, and Excel. I read in the 'help' something to the effect that > excel does this differently (and, in this case better). Openoffice Calc Iferror If you were copying downward from cell B3 the program would automatically substitute the cell B4 into the next lower cell and so on until the end of the copying process.
Report a bug This report contains Public information Edit Everyone can see this information. Openoffice Calc Err 502 I've tried to define > the cell as a 'number', but this didn't work. 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 I can't 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
OOo works well enough right now, and I'd hate to break it and then have to spend days to recover. Openoffice If Use the version from the OpenOffice.org website. But, when you multiply a blank you get an error message: #value!. > > Can you suppress this error message? > :unquote > > You get an error whenever zero is I get the error.
The figure below depicts division of column B by column C yielding 2 errors arising from a zero and a blank cell showing in column C. imp source But, when you multiply a blank you get an error message: #value!. #name? Openoffice The figure below shows a simple example of tracing precedents. Openoffice Error 511 Calc provides three tools for investigating formulas and the cells that they reference: error messages, color coding, and the Detective.
But in this file it could not handle empty cell formula. Retrieved from "https://wiki.openoffice.org/w/index.php?title=Documentation/OOo3_User_Guides/Calc_Guide/Finding_and_fixing_errors&oldid=231030" Category: Documentation Views Page Discussion View source History Personal tools Log in Navigation Main Page Recent changes Download AOO Documentation User Forum Extensions Templates Wiki Help Print/export Create Interpreter: Formulas that create several matrices at once (max. 150), including basic functions that would receive too large an array as a parameter (max. 0xFFFE, i.e. 65534 bytes). 513 String overflow http://vbview.net/openoffice-error/openoffice-error-508.php Someone else mentioned using the ISNUMBER function.
Calc will > automatically copy the formula, adjusting row/column numbers as > appropriate. Err:509 Content is available under ALv2 unless otherwise noted. It seems to me that only the Ubuntu builds show an explicit error in this case.
The error is propagated rather than evaluated. Running it causes it to unpack itself into a directory of your choice and then automatically run the installer executable which was one of the files resulting from the unpack operation. Most error messages indicate a problem with how the formula was input, although several indicate that you have run up against a limitation of either Calc or its current settings. Countif Openoffice Use the Trace Error function, found under Tools > Detective > Trace Error, to find the cells that cause the error.
Now it is working as expected. When copying, it is typical for the program to increment the represented cells. If I have the following formula in > B1: =A1*10 > > if A1 is blank, B1=0 > if A1 is zero, B1=0 > if A1=5, B1=50 > http://vbview.net/openoffice-error/openoffice-error-name.php Edit bug mail Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else Bug attachments simple example (edit) TextAsNumbers.xls (edit) Add attachment Remote bug watches openoffice-bugs #5658 [VERIFIED FIXED] Edit go-oo-dev-list Edit Bug watches keep
When you select a formula that has already been run, the cells or ranges used for each argument in the formula are outlined in color. dpkg: error processing openoffice.org_2.0.4-7_i386.deb (--install): conflicting packages - not installing openoffice.org Errors were encountered while processing: openoffice.org_2.0.4-7_i386.deb So, I try to find out what you can do about this: [email protected]:~$ man openoffice.org-bin depends on openoffice.org (>> 1.1.2+1.1.3). When such an occurrence is possible, an IF function can be used to display the data correctly.
If the Value() function is applied to the value in cell A2 the result is '3' as expected. I think it would be helpful if OOo was to attempt to automatically apply the value() function to text, although it is more strictly correct to display the error. So, in my example above, B2 gets set to "=10*A2", B3 > to "=10*A3" and so on. > > If you want to include in your formula a value from a Is that true? >> >> All suggestions are much appreciated. >> >> Nino >> --------------------------------------------------------------------- >> To unsubscribe, e-mail: [hidden email] >> For additional commands, e-mail: [hidden email] >> >> >
But, when you multiply a blank > you get an error message: #value!. > > Can you suppress this error message? error reference. 502 Invalid argument Function argument is not valid; for example, a negative number for the root function. After I marked all colums and choose format cells (all) and adjusting numbers, alignment and fonts it suddenly worked and the error disappeared. 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,
It can also be used for tracing errors, marking invalid data (that is, information in cells that is not in the proper format for a function's argument), or even for removing I get the error. Apparently, I did something wrong on my stock Debian system cat /proc/version gives Linux version 2.4.27 ([email protected]) (gcc version 3.3.5 (Debian 1:3.3.5-13)) #2 Tue Jul 19 17:37:06 EDT 2005). When I click on a cell I don't get the little + sign, >> and dragging doesn't do anything.
So, to make them happy I added a row below the time sheet itself that does the calculation. Nicole (hasenhuette-linux) wrote on 2008-09-28: #14 Hallo! That looks indeed like a bug (and not a feature: is this something the developers should be made aware of? Please let me know if I should follow up on >> this in any way. >> >> Nino
The meaning of this formula roughly would be: “If C3 is greater than 0, then compute B3 divided by C3, otherwise enter ‘No Report’”. Since OO 3.0.1 is the latest version, I think that this contradicts what Chris was told at GoOOCon: official versions of OpenOffice still do treat strings as zeroes. Mark as duplicate Convert to a question Link a related branch Link to CVE Duplicates of this bug Bug #228143 Bug #308188 Bug #371117 You are not directly subscribed to this