Hide row based on formula

pilot

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Without VBA, is it possible to hide a row based on a formula? For example,

If Z1=1, Hide row 5.

I don't figure this can be done without code.
 

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pilot

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Thanks, Paddy. So it looks like it can't be done without code.
 

PaddyD

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Right - formulas cannot change the workbook / sheet 'environment'.

Paddy
 

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