I'm struggling with an alternative method of suppressing the #DIV/0 in my worksheet. I'm familiar with the ISERROR function and it's use as well as using =IF(A2=0,"",A1/A2), however I'm still getting #DIV/0 errors and I can't use ISERROR because I have exceeded the number of nested IF's.

I've attached an example. In the example, the only time the #DIV/0 appears is when "Y" appears in the Commit and In-House column for all rows. This is the condition I'm trying to suppress the #DIV/0 error for.

All the formula's I'm using are Array Formula, as are all my attempts to suppress the error.

__Original Formula__

=SUM(IF(D3:D5="Y",IF(F3:F5="",IF(E3:E5="",C3:C5)/SUM(IF(D3:D5="Y",IF(F3:F5="",IF(E3:E5="",B3:B5)))))))

__(A2=0,"",A1/A2) Method__

=IF(SUM(IF(D3:D5="Y",IF(F3:F5="",IF(E3:E5="",C3:C5)/SUM(IF(D3:D5="Y",IF(F3:F5="",IF(E3:E5="",B3:B5)))))))=0,"",SUM(IF(D3:D5="Y",IF(F3:F5="",IF(E3:E5="",C3:C5)/SUM(IF(D3:D5="Y",IF(F3:F5="",IF(E3:E5="",B3:B5))))))))

I looked at another possible solution that Dave posted that uses Custom Formatting on a per cell basis, but I can't seem to get that working either.

Quote from DaveTo hide zeros cell-by-cell use a Custom Number Format like 0.00;-0.00; where 0.00 is desired format for non zeros. Note the use of -0.00 for negatives.

Any alternatives or suggestions are greatly appreciated.