Hide rows that contain all 0 but not too apply to all rows only certain rows

Alisonh

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Hi

I have a spreadsheet that has 56 columns from A to BD with numerical data contained in columns C to AD

The spreadsheet also has 197 rows. The rows are grouped by headings, which then detail costs on each line within those headings and then has sub totals for each group.

I would like to hide the rows that contain all 0's from columns C to BD except for those rows that contain the names of the heading sections and sub total sections.

The formula's I have used previously hide all the rows including the sub totals and group headings which I need to remain.

Thanks in advance

Alison
 

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Hi

All of columns from C:AD have sub totals in them and I need all the columns to be visible.

The code was given to me by a colleague as I am new to VBA

Sub HideAllZeroesInColumnsCtoBD()
Dim R As Long, C As Long, LastRow As Long, UnusedCol As Long, Zeroes As Long
Dim Data As Variant, Result As Variant
LastRow = Cells.Find("*", , xlFormulas, , xlRows, xlPrevious).Row
UnusedCol = Cells.Find("*", , xlFormulas, , xlByColumns, xlPrevious).Column + 1
Data = Range("c6:bd" & LastRow)
ReDim Result(1 To UBound(Data), 1 To 1)
For R = 1 To UBound(Data)
Zeroes = 0
For C = 1 To 13
If Data(R, C) = 0 Then
Zeroes = Zeroes + 1
Else
Exit For
End If
Next
If Zeroes = 13 Then Result(R, 1) = "X"
Next
Cells(2, UnusedCol).Resize(UBound(Result)) = Result
On Error Resume Next
Columns(UnusedCol).SpecialCells(xlConstants).EntireRow.Hidden = True
On Error GoTo 0
Columns(UnusedCol).Clear
End Sub
Code:
 
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