Graph Plotting Zero Values

muaythai

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Excel 2003.

I am wanting to prevent my graphs from plotting a value that equates to zero.

However the graphs use series that have formula in that will evaluate to zero until data is entered.

I have tried the following:-

1. Making the formula evaluate to "".

2. Checked for anything undet tools/options/chart.

3. Checked the chart sheets properties.

Surely this must be possible ? Anyone with any help would be much appreciated.

Thanks, MT.
 

Excel Facts

Add Bullets to Range
Select range. Press Ctrl+1. On Number tab, choose Custom. Type Alt+7 then space then @ sign (using 7 on numeric keypad)
Instead of having the formula evaluate to zero make it evaluate to NA().

For example:
Code:
=IF(A1=0,NA(),A1)
 
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