Hide zeros in range in Excel

Suppose you want to hide zero values in selected range in excel.

Solution :
1. On the Home tab, click the Dialog Box Launcher next to Number. (See image below)

2. In the Format Cells box, Select Number tab. Under Number tab, click Custom.

3. In the Type box, enter 0;-0;;@

4. Press OK button
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