This Excel tutorial explains how to hide zero value lines within a pivot table in Excel 2007 (with screenshots and step-by-step instructions).
Question: Is there a way to hide zero valued lines within a pivot table in Microsoft Excel 2007? i.e. I have a table with two columns branch name and stock value and I would like to hide the branches with no value against them - is this possible?
Answer: Let's look at an example. Below is a spreadsheet that contains values that are zeros. We want to hide these lines from being displayed in the pivot table.
Drag the STOCK VALUE field from the "Choose fields to add to report" box to the Report Filter section. You should now see a STOCK VALUE drop down appear in row 1.
Click on the arrow to the right of the STOCK VALUE (All) drop down box and un-select the checkbox next to the 0 value. Then click on the OK button.
Now when you return to the spreadsheet, the blank/zero lines should be hidden.
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