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Hide GF based on 0 value

Posted on 2013-12-16
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I have a GF...
 
CC        $1,000.00
PO        $250.00
GC        $0.00
RP         $200.00

How can i suppress both the left side (CC) and Right side ($1,000.00) without going into each field and writing a suppress formula to exclude 0.00
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Question by:Mikeyman_01
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by:mlmcc
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How are those lines produced?

Is that the only things in the section?
YOu could suppress the section when the value is 0

You can select all fields and do the suppression on all fields in one edit.

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by:Mikeyman_01
ID: 39722377
They are $$$ are part of a Shared Variable..Lots of other items in the GF..

How do i do the suppression on all fields in one edit??
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by:Mikeyman_01
ID: 39722649
I created a few extra GF's.. Suppressed on zero values..all is good
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To suppress (format) multiple objects just select them by clicking while holding the CTRL key.

You can also select multiple items by drawing a box around them with the mouse

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