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    Re: 2000 (SR1)

    If you don't mind seeing #N/A, you can replace "" by #N/A in the formulas.

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    Avoid plotting blank values (2000 SR1)

    Is there any way to change the IF statement in columns c->e so that I don't get the points on the axis. It seems to be taking "" as a zero.

    Thanks in advance!

    Jim MacLeod
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    Re: 2000 (SR1)

    Briliant thanks, I don't mind seeing the #N/A.

    I tried conditional formatting (white on white) but that didn't work.

    Jim

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    Re: 2000 (SR1)

    If you use conditional formatting with formula =ISNA(C2) in cell C2 etc., you can hide the #N/A values - see attached.

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