If cell value is 0 - How can you make that cell blank?
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    I know this is an elementary question, but I am a very new developer with a very complex report to write. I am attempting to do this in a Macro and I am unsure of the code. I have referenced John Walkenbach's books, but I am still stumped.

    Any info will be greatly appreciated.

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    On 2002-04-05 14:11, Larry wrote:
    I know this is an elementary question, but I am a very new developer with a very complex report to write. I am attempting to do this in a Macro and I am unsure of the code. I have referenced John Walkenbach's books, but I am still stumped.

    Any info will be greatly appreciated.

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    Try the following:

    If ActiveCell.Value = 0 Then ActiveCell.Value = ""

    I think this is what you want.
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    you can hide all zero values by going into tools options and deselecting the "zero values" box. Or in VBA the equivilent is...


    ActiveWindow.DisplayZeros = False


    Or if you want to do it in vba for a single cell,

    if range("a1")=0 then range("a1")=""

    or...

    if cells(rowx,colx)=0 then cells(rowx,colx)=""

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    Cells.Replace "0", Null


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    Wow!! That was fast.

    Thanks to all.

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