make formula return nothing?

gervis

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i am using one cel as a multplier for selected other cels.
=e5*f$3
is there a way to keep each cel from having 0 returned in the equation?

:unsure:

thanks in advance
 

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Peter_SSs

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I presume F3 is not 0 and therefore it is the column E cells causing the 0 result. If this is the case, try this even simpler one:
=IF(E5,E5*F$3,"")
 

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