How To Suppress Cells That Calculate Zero


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Q. When I create a spreadsheet in Excel, I usually want to suppress any cell that calculates to 0 (zero). Is there a way to do this?

A. Yes, and it takes just a few steps. Go to Tools , Options , and click on the View tab. Near the bottom of the Options screen (see right) uncheck the Zero values box.

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