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Excel에서 XNUMX 값을 제외한 범위에서 최소값을 찾는 방법은 무엇입니까?

일반적으로 XNUMX 값은 양수 중 최소값으로 간주됩니다. 그러나 어떤 경우에는 XNUMX 값을 제외한 범위에서 최소값을 찾아야합니다. 이 기사에서는 Excel에서 XNUMX을 제외한 최소값을 찾는 방법을 보여줍니다.

수식으로 XNUMX을 제외한 최소값 찾기


화살표 블루 오른쪽 거품 수식으로 XNUMX을 제외한 최소값 찾기

아래 스크린 샷과 같이 숫자 값이 A1 : E7 범위에 있다고 가정합니다. Excel에서 XNUMX을 제외한 해당 범위의 최소값을 얻으려면 다음 공식을 적용하십시오.

1. 최소값을 입력 할 빈 셀 (H1)을 선택하고 공식을 입력합니다. =SMALL(A1:E7,COUNTIF($A$1:$E$7,0)+1) 수식 표시 줄에 입력 한 다음 엔터 버튼 키.

그런 다음 위의 스크린 샷과 같이 XNUMX을 제외한 지정된 범위의 최소값이 선택한 셀에 채워집니다.

주의 사항: 배열 수식을 사용할 수도 있습니다. =MIN(IF($A$1:$E$7 <>0,$A$1:$E$7)) + Ctrl 키 + 변화 + 엔터 버튼 키를 사용하여 Excel에서 XNUMX을 제외한 범위의 최소값을 가져옵니다.

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Saya mencari nilai alpa predikat dan tentunya nilai 0 sangat dibutuhkan, kenapa fungsi min tidak mendeteksi nilai 0 di excel saya?
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Hi Denysptwn,
The formula in this post helps to find the smallest value excluding zero.
If you want to include zero in the result, just use this formula: =MIN($A$1:$C$7)
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Hi Dear Srystal
Many thanks for you kindness and the time you spend for my problem and for solving it,
I didn't knew this way and this is very useful for future working.
As i have more than 700 rows in my sheet and needed to sort my data too and because of some merged cells it was very hard to do it, therefore i askd fir help to have some VBA code and some kind friends kindly sent me a code and soled my problem.
I am Sorry, I forgot to let you know that the problem has been resolved.
Thank you again and hope to be able to repay the love of all of you friends.
Good luck dear
Sincerely yours, Javid
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Hi Javid,
You may receive an error message when you sort a range that contains merged cells in Excel. There is no directly way to handle this issue. You need to manually unmerge the merged cells first to sort all cells. You can following the methods in the following article. Hope I can help. Thank you for your comment.
How To Sort Data With Merged Cells In Excel?
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Hi dear Crystal,
Good to see your comment again :)
Many Thanks for your useful information and suggestion.
After facing many problems, I decided to change my strategy and the first step was to remove the merged cells and replace them with new cells and new numbers.
I'm making some changes, including the one I mentioned.
I hope I will face less problems from now on.
Thanks again with love,
Have a nice times.
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Hi
Can anyone help me to use formula to find small value except zero and highlight it with conditional format?
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Hi,
Please follow the steps below to get it done.
1. Click Home > Conditional Formatting > New Rule.
2. In the Edit Formatting Rule dialog box, select Format only cells that contain in the Select a Rule Type list box; Select equal to in the second drop-down list, and then enter the formula below (don't forget to change the cell references):
=SMALL($F$5:$O$21, COUNTIF($F$5:$O$21, "<=0")+1)
3. Click the Format button to specify a fill color to highlight the cells.
4. Click OK.
See the uploaded screenshot below.
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Hi, how to search for the minimum of values present in multiple matrices, always excluding 0 if the matrices are on different sheets?
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Hi Zingo,Sorry I can't help to solve this problem. Here suggest you post the problem to the forum below to get help from other Excel enthusiasts. https://www.extendoffice.com/forum/kutools-for-excel.html 
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I have a formula that looks the the lest number in a seperate workbook, but if the data is not fully entered or collected yet, the return value is 0, rather than the smallest number. is there a way to solve this via the formula or a feature in exceel?
=MIN(IF('Input Data 54 mm'!$D:$D='Index Values 54 mm'!$A7,('Input Data 54 mm'!J:J)*95%))
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Hi,
Sorry I can't solve this problem. You can post the problem to the forum below to get help from other Excel enthusiasts.
https://www.extendoffice.com/forum/kutools-for-excel.html 
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How do I find the small/lowest number that is not 0 based on certain conditions, e.g.: find the minimum number in a row, based on the columns with "covid"?
I typed this =MIN(IF($C$8:$AF$8=$AK$3,C10:AF10<>0,C10:AF10)) but it doesn't evaluate this $C$8:$AF$8=$AK$3, it only returns C10:AF10<>0,C10:AF10. where AK3 = covid.
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what to do if you have zeros in a row. for example comparative statement with not quoted items?
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update on the formula from Crystal: the formula works but the it counts the blank cells as the lowest in the range. how do we fix the formula not to count for zero value or empty cells?
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Crystal, you are amazing! thank you thank you so much for the help :-) made my life/work easier
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This was very useful. how do we revise the formula that instead of giving me the lowest value, it would identify under which heading is the lowest value on. Scenario is i have 3 suppliers, providing 3 different prices. i would like the formula to tell me which supplier has the lowest price (i.e. supplier 1, supplier 2, etc) and gives me that supplier's name so i could sort it later. Thank you
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Hi francis,
Please apply this formula: =INDEX($A$1:$C$1,0,MATCH(MIN($A2:$C2),$A2:$C2,0)) as the below screenshot shown.
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Hi Crystal, how to excludie zero value in this formula
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