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    Show Blank Cell instead of zero

    If A1 is blank, how can F1 Reflect what is in A1? I had =A1, but the value in F1 was 0.

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    Either

    =if(a1="","",a1)

    or see link

    http://www.excelforum.com/showthread.php?t=618412

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    =if(A1="","",A1)
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    Hi CLSSY56,

    Do you want F1 to return blank when A1 is blank?

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    thanks, ya'll are the best.

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    Good to see.

    Here were the other options

    1) tools > options > view and untick zero values

    2)You can also use conditional formatting

    http://www.contextures.com/xlCondFormat01.html
    Were value equal zero

    3) Format the cell as
    0;;
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