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can a word doc. be formatted to not display zeros?

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Can a word doc be formatted so that it doesnt display zeros?
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There isn't a property or setting that will do that completely automatically, but you could do a Find and Replace that looks for the zero characters already in the document and which applies the font hidden property to the found text.
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thanx. a seriously good idea. why didnt i think of that? pete
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