which of the following error codes indicates that a formula refers to a cell that is invalid? this type of error can occur if a referenced cell is deleted from the worksheet.?
www.lifewire.com › errors-in-excel-3123854#NULL! #REF! #DIV/0! and ##### Errors in Excel - Lifewire www.lifewire.com › errors-in-excel-3123854 CachedOccupation WriterGreen Triangles and Yellow Diamonds. Excel displays a small green triangle in the upper left corner of cells containing error values. The green triangle indicates that the cell contents violate one of Excels error checking rules. #NULL! Errors – Incorrectly Separated Cell References. error values occur when the two or more cell references are separated incorrectly or unintentionally by a space in a formula. #REF! Errors – Invalid Cell References. An invalid cell reference error occurs when a formula contains incorrect cell references. This happens most often when #DIV/O! Errors — Divide by Zero. Divide by 0 errors occurs when a formula attempts to divide by zero. This can be caused when The divisor or denominator in a division operation is equal to zero either explicitly such as =A5/0 or as the result of a second calculation that has zero for a result.