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In both cases my solution is to create an if/then statement that will
manipulate the input so it can be analyzed and processed as you would like
it to be.  I have created a sample Excel file but this makes the message too
long to post.  If you have another e-mail address I can forward the file to

William J. Keil, P.E.

-----Original Message-----

I need some help. Here are two problems that I need to resolve and I could 
use some advice from you spreadsheet experts out there.

Problem 1: I want to find the maximum and minimum values for a column of 
numbers and wish to ignore all zero values. In otherwords, how do I find the

minimum values of all numbers in a list greater than zero?

Problem 2: When creating a chart that draws the perimeter of a building from

the coordinate input the starting point and ending point are the same. 
However, if there are more values in the column than are needed, the excess 
values are left simply as zeros.
When charting from my input, the last point entered is connected back to the

origin on the graph. I wish to have it ignore the zero values and graph only

the values that start and end on the same point.
Can anyone help me on these two problems????

Dennis Wish PE