Hide zero values in a pivot table


D

Dmitri

At our office we have people using both Excel 2007 and Excel 2003. Is there a
functionality in either (or both) of them to hide rows (or columns) that have
ZERO (not blank) values in an OLAP Pivot table without having to write
macros. It would simplify most of the reports, but so far I could not find a
clear answer for it. Thank you very much in advance.
 
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Tom Hutchins

One way (Excel 2003)...

Select Tools >> Options. On the View tab, uncheck Zero values. Click OK.

Hope this helps,

Hutch
 
D

Dmitri

Thanks for the reply. But that only seems to remove actual zeroes replacing
them with blanks. The row is still shown in the table. Thanks again.
 
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Pete_UK

In a column to the side of your table enter a SUM formula to add up
the columns with numbers in and copy this down. Then apply Autofilter
to this column, selecting Custom | Not Equal To | 0 (zero) and this
will hide the zero rows.

Hope this helps.

Pete
 

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