VBA formatting for cell values containing Zero

kdickerson

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Hello All,

I am currently working on a project for work that enables the user to populate a report using data from multiple tabs. I had originally set the entire field formatting to #,### (as seen below). However now, when I make a cell equal to zero it remains blank in the report. Does anyone have any suggestions as to how to show zeros in a cell if the value is zero?


With Range("C11:AP50")
.NumberFormat = "#,###"
End With

Thank you in advance!
 

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kdickerson

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I figured it out, but for future reference if any one runs into this problem simply change the last # sign to a zero i.e., .NumberFormat - "#,##0


With Range("C11:AP50")
.NumberFormat = "#,###"
End With
 

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