hide zeros


R

ralpha

how do I hide zero results when I'm using this formula: =LEFT(AL8,1)

I have tried conditional formatting and custom numbering but ca't get it to
work.
 
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Gary''s Student

A tiny trick! if the formula is in cell B9, then use conditional formatting:

FormulaIs =B9="0" and make the font color match the background color.

We need the double-quotes because LEFT() returns Text rather than a number.
 

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