replace empty cells with 0

danno_mbk

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I am trying to replace all empty cells with a 0 value in a worksheet? Can anyone help please ?

Also can this be customised to complete the task with a selected range ?
thanks
 

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Select the area you want to do this to (or ctrl + A for the whole sheet)

Edit / goto / special / blank cells

type "0" then press CTRL & Enter together.

Hope this helps

Tamer
 
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Well done 'The Tamer' :wink:

Nevertheless, danno_mbk, if you want a macro do it for you, use the code below:

Public Sub ReplNullWithZero()
Dim c As Range
On Error Resume Next
Set c = Selection.SpecialCells(xlCellTypeBlanks)
On Error GoTo 0
If Not IsEmpty(c) Then
c.Value = 0
End If
End Sub

Ciao :p
 
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