Hiding only Specific Rows using VBA

Grothgar

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Hi All;

I have a spreadsheet where I have a simple formula. The formula is IF($A2=$B$2,1,0), and then I drag down to the bottom of the spreadsheet, so whenever it matches it shows a 1.
Now, what I need to do using VBA is hide all the rows that do not have 1's on them. I know how to start the VBA, but not how to finish

Code:
Dim LR as Long
LR = Range("A2").End(xlDown).Row

Because that will allow me to only select the row field that I want to do the Macro on.
So, how do I go about hiding rows that only have 0's in them.

Thanks
 

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