Visual Basic for Applications Reference
Division by zero isn't possible. This error has the following cause and solution:
- The value of an expression being used as a divisor is zero.
Check the spelling of variables in the expression. A misspelled variable name can implicitly create a numeric variable that is initialized to zero. Check previous operations on variables in the expression, especially those passed into the procedure as arguments from other procedures.
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