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Good Afternoon,

Have a monthly graph that I would like for the future months (MAR-DEC 2011) not to reflect "0" on the graph but just to show the months that have data (jan-feb).  Not sure if there is a formula that would do this instead of what I have curretnly (SUM) in column B11:B22.  I have attached an example.
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Please take a look at my article about "Hide Zeros":

http://excel-user.blogspot.com/2010/01/excel-charts-hide-zeros.html

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Change the SUM formula to something like this:

=IF(SUM(C3:C9)=0,NA(),SUM(C3:C9))

This will display #N/A instead of 0's and will not plot on your chart.

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Please check a working example on the attached file.

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Thank you!
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