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Excellent, works! Hard to fin stuff with Excel 2007
This worked very nicely. Thanks!
Wonderful, thanks. I had been filling in blank cells using a vba procedure that was very slow checking each cell. Your method should be much faster.
You are Welcome Stuart,
Yes this method is a lot faster than the VBA method, Glad its of help to you
Thanks for this tip! I figured there had to be an easy way to do this, even though the Excel Help doesn’t address it at all. There seem to be a lot of advice on going the other direction (blank to zero) but I needed to format a sparse spreadsheet for upload to a site that requires explicit zeroes, so this saved me a lot of work.
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