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the attached spreadsheet includes a pivot table with calculated items, difference between Critical and TOA.  If both the Critical and TOA are blank, I don't want to take the difference, this way the rows won't be created.  When I minimize the rows (column A) by clicking the minus (-) sign, the sheet recalculates the formulas.  It's not too bad on this sample sheet, but takes almost 5 minutes on my complete sheet.  Within the calculated item I tried, if(and(Crititcal <>"",TOA <>""),Critical '-'TOA,"").  However it didn't work and I'm wondering if I'm able to use an If statement within the calculated item?  Is it possible to write a macro or VBA to collapse the rows with no data?
ColumnDifferenceSamplev2.xlsx
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Hi

You could use a filter in your rows to hide Rows with Zero

In Your example click A7 to Select the APPN Rows
Right-click / Filter / Value Filter /Sum of resource Amount "is" not 0

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