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How to sort columns and delete rows with 0

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I have a an excel spreadsheet that has data that changes every month. I need a macro or VB script that will sort all data by column c with the largest number to  top and then delete any row with "0". Is this possible. I have upload a sample of my spreadsheet.
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Try this example
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Thank you. This worked great.
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