Auto hide rows based on 0 value

psrs0810

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I am not a VBA writer but I came across this code for hiding rows - however the vba needs to be re-ran if I make a change.
I have a down that that will pull in a new set of data for the past 2 years. Off to the right, I am summing the 2 years. What I would like, if that row is 0 I would like for it to be hidden.
If I select a new dropdown, then I would want other rows to be visible/hidden based on the information being pulled.
how do I get the vba to change when the data changes?
Thanks



Sub HideRows()
Application.ScreenUpdating = False
Application.Calculation = xlManual

For Each c In Range("AF8:AF34")
If c.Value = 0 Then Rows(c.Row).Hidden = True
Next

Application.Calculation = xlAutomatic
Application.ScreenUpdating = True
End Sub
 

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Joe4

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Your question is a little confusing (kind of fuzzy on some of the details). It may be helpful to see an example of what this data looks like.

MrExcel has a tool called “XL2BB” that lets you post samples of your data that will allow us to copy/paste it to our Excel spreadsheets, so we can work with the same copy of data that you are. Instructions on using this tool can be found here: XL2BB Add-in

Note that there is also a "Test Here” forum on this board. This is a place where you can test using this tool (or any other posting techniques that you want to test) before trying to use those tools in your actual posts.

Please also clarify when the code should be re-run.
Is it when someone manually updates one of the drop-down boxes?
 

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