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    Setting an Access report so that zero values print as blanks?

    Running ACCESS 2010 on Win7 Pro 64. I have a report in which the data are sparse: lots of zero values, a few non-zero values. I would like to set the report up so that zero values are not printed, but cannot see any way to do that. If I have to set individual fields to accomplish this, that's OK too, but I cannot see a way to do that either.
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    Bob Chapman

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    Bob,

    See if one of the options in the first answer in this link helps. HTH
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