Stacked bar chart - Only show data labels if value not 0


Im building a stacked bar chart where the colums are labeled both with value and series name.

I'm searching for a non-vba solution for excluding the series name from the label is the value is 0.  I've attached the chart for reference.

Any ideas?
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decisionfocusAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the answer!

However, this removes the data values - i need to exclude the series name as well so that if the data values is 0 neither the series name or the data value is displayed. I've tried to show it in the attached pic.

Br Jonas
decisionfocusAuthor Commented:
Or, alternatively, add two different labels to each data series - onw which contains the value and one which contains the series name

For each serie in your chart you will have to go to Format Data Labels
Label Options: untick Series name
Add Format Code "SOK "0;;"" for the SOK Serie


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decisionfocusAuthor Commented:
That did the trick - thanks! Something dynamic would have been stellar, however this works for the purpose!

Br Jonas
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