troubleshooting Question

Remove 0.00 data from Excel spreadsheet

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I have a spreadsheet that I need to do a mail merge from.  Unfortunately, the person that input the information left 0.00 if there was no value.

My mail merge template is setup to pull only if data is not blank.  Well, with 0.00, that cell is not blank.  It will be too complicated to redo my merge template, is there a way to remove only the 0.00 from my spreadsheet?

I tried Replace All, but unfortunately, that replaced zeros in other values and messed some things up.

I also noticed that on the Find Replace, 0.00 is not recognized because it's set from the Currency Format change.

I really just need a way to delete data from all cells if it equals 0 or 0.00 only.
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