Why are zeros showin up?

Andrew Hardscape

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I have a sheet (as displayed). The top half of the sheet we enter in employee times.

The bottom half of the sheet is what we keep in employee files.

The bottom half is coded to read what is displayed in the top half.

But the bottom half is showing zeros when there are no times entered in the corresponding cells in the top half.

Is there a way to make it so the bottom half copies what is in the top half, but the cell remains blank if the cell in the top half is blank?

I hope I didnt confuse anyone!!!!

Thanks
English Laborer Time Sheet.xls
EFGHI
9Start WorkTime Out (Lunch)Time In (Lunch)End WorkTotal Hours
107:00 AM12:00 PM12:30 PM3:30 PM8.00
110.00
128:00 AM11:55 AM12:15 PM4:08 PM7.80
130.00
140.00
150.00
167:00 AM11:55 AM12:41 PM4:12 PM8.43
17
18
19Start WorkTime Out (Lunch)Time In (Lunch)End WorkTotal Hours
207:00 AM12:00 PM12:30 PM3:30 PM8.00
2112:00 AM12:00 AM12:00 AM12:00 AM0.00
228:00 AM11:55 AM12:15 PM4:08 PM7.80
2312:00 AM12:00 AM12:00 AM12:00 AM0.00
2412:00 AM12:00 AM12:00 AM12:00 AM0.00
2512:00 AM12:00 AM12:00 AM12:00 AM0.00
267:00 AM11:55 AM12:41 PM4:12 PM8.43
TimeSheet
 

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Joe4

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BTW - I thought this was the XL board???
You had posted this question to the "About This Board" forum instead of the "Excel Questions" forum. I moved it to the correct location.
 

Andrew Hardscape

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oh, thanks for moving it.

I was wondering what I did wrong!
 

Joe4

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No problem.

You can still see a "shadow" of it if you go to the "About This Board" forum.
 

onlyadrafter

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Hello,

Alternatively,

you could select TOOLS --> OPTIONS and in the VIEW tab uncheck Zero Values.
 

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