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I am adding up scorecards and averaging sections, then coming up with a GC Total Average Score. Sometimes there are no score (blank). I would like those blanks to be changed to N/A and not calculate in the average score. Here is a screenshot of the several different average columns I am working on.
I would like a PreConstruction Average (3 columns in orange), Construction Average (1 column in blue) and GCCloseout Average (3 columns in purple). Then the GC Total Average Score to combine all 3 of these colored areas.
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@MRiley88 I use the AVERAGEIF formula:
=AVERAGEIF(range:range,<>0)
In my Test Type Column I have the formula =AVERAGEIF([Number1]@row:[Number4]@row, <>0)
the <>0 is to identify only numbers and excludes alpha

Hi Nichole  Thank you for your help with this formula.
This only works if I have N/A in the row. There are times that I have no scores and times that I have all the scores. I am trying to find a formula that applies to all instances. I might just be wishing :)
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