Suppressing Blanks in a Pivot Table

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Hi All,

My question is that I have pivots running and I only want the pivot to show values that are greater than zero... Is it possible to suppress zero's automatically or even manually?

I cannot seem to find the answer

Many thanks in advance
 

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