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Conditional data label formats?

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    Conditional data label formats?

    Is it possible to tell a chart to only show a data label for value if the value is above 0?
    For example, for supplier 1 there are 15 reports on time, 3 late and 0 outstanding. For supplier 2 there are 10 reports on time, 0 late and 8 outstanding.

    I do not want it to say 0 for outstanding on supplier 1 or 0 late for supplier 2, but I do want it to say 8 outstanding for supplier 2 and 3 late for supplier 1.

    *All data is fictional for the example.

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    Re: Conditional data label formats?

    If you show us how you're data is build up, you get an better answer.

    Problably it can be done with pivot table.
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    Re: Conditional data label formats?

    Well at the moment it's just some data sitting in a table with a basic bar chart that reads from the tables.

    A1 = Value for supplier 1's on time reports
    A2 = Value for suppliers 1's late reports
    A3 = Value for supplier 1's outstanding reports

    B1 = Value for supplier 2's on time reports
    B2 = Value for suppliers 2's late reports
    B3 = Value for supplier 2's outstanding reports

    I have no experience with pivot tables but I'm eager to learn. (As long as they're in excel 2003)

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    Re: Conditional data label formats?

    I appologize for not being clear.

    If you show us (upload) an excel-example of your data without confidentional information, i will look what i can do for you to solve your problem.

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    Re: Conditional data label formats?

    I'm sorry but this is for work, i don't actually have excel on my computer at the moment.

    I think the question is pretty clear without a physical example but I apologize for not being able to provide one.

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    Re: Conditional data label formats?

    See for an example of an pivot table.

    It also works in excel 2003.
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