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Hide zero values on an X Y scatter graph

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I have a dynamic XY chart.

Dates in COL A  and the values are in whatever column I offset to.   Some values are Zero.  I do not want to show the value on the chart as zero if there is no value.

I have tried using a custom # format.
I have tried using a formula  (probably didn't do this one correct)

How can I do this.  I want to show the gap in the line not have it drawn on the X axis as Zero.

thanks experts.

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by:skillilea
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Think I found a possible one.

IF(A1 = 0 , #N/A, A1)

any better ways so I don't have to add another IF in my formula.

sk
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Rory Archibald earned 2000 total points
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Not really - the only guaranteed solution is a truly blank cell. Using NA() will give you an interpolated value if it's in the middle of your data, whereas a blank cell will give a break in your line. It depends what you actually want plotted.
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