|Subject:||Deleteing blank or "zero" cells|
|Posted by:||Nikos Yannacopoulos (nyanna…@in.gr)|
|Date:||Thu, 2 Oct 2003|
If you want to do this without using VB code:
* use an empty column to store consecutive numbers
1,2,3... (use autofill)
* select the entire sheet and sort ascending on the column
that contains your actual data
* zero lines are on top (or in the middle, if you also
have negative values), and empty rows are at the end. It
is now easy to delete the rows.
* select the entire sheet again and sort ascending on the
row counter column you added. This will bring the row
sequence to the original order.
* you no longer need the row counters, so you can now
If this is a repeated task, it is fairly easy and quite
worthy to record a macro to do it.
The alternative is to writre a piece of code to browse
through each row, check the cell in the column in question
and delete the row if blank or 0. If you're willing to get
into this I could give you sample code.
>If I paste a long list of numbers that contains several
blank cells, or
>cells with a particular value in them (such as "0") that
I want to delete,
>how do I remove all these rows and create a new column
with only the
>unaffected values (.ie. non-blank, non-zero), without
Deleteing blank or "zero" cells posted by Alain Dekker on Thu, 2 Oct 2003