I have attached a simple graph that includes two ranges of data -- a profit column, and a loss column, that I am plotting on a chart fine. The only issue is that I don't want $0.00 values appearing on the chart.
How do I format the number labels (or the result in the profit and loss columns) such that $0.00 labels don't appear on the chart?
Sounds like you're experiencing the same issue that plagued users of Excel 2007 with this.
Jon Peltier addressed this in his blog and it sounds like you can use the gradient option - tweaked - to resolve
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