Pivot Table and Filtering to see Zero Values

exelified

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Thanks. I'm having a problem filtering a Pivot Table to show only records that have a value equal to zero.

In your experience, is there a general best practice when it comes to zero values in cells where Pivot Tables are concerned and as it pertains to filtering to see what records = 0? Is it better to have these cells represented as, for example: "0", "0.0" or leave them blank?
 

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Alex Blakenburg

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It shouldn't make any difference. How are you applying the filter ?
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