Curious if this is possible

sbyers2

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I've created a complicated Workbook that contains about 115 tabs. One of the tabs is a graphing tab, where we copy data from one of the existing tabs, into the graphing tab and run a macro to create a graph from it. When the data populates though, it populates horizontally because the column titles are months, so it works on a month to month basis. Therefore when the graph is created, the line drops off to "0" because of these existing 0's in the upcoming months. I know if there are blanks, the graph line will just stop, problem is that with the formulas on the tabs we copy it from, the 0's are necessary for the calculations. Is it possible to run a macro or something on the graphing tab that would eliminate the 0's and turn them to blanks? or any other suggestions?
 

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Andrew Poulsom

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Blanks will also be treated as zero. You need to make them #N/A with the NA() function, preferably in your original data.
 

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