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如何在Excel中的圖表中隱藏零數據標籤?

有時,您可以在圖表中添加數據標籤,以使數據值更清晰直接地在Excel中。 但是在某些情況下,圖表中的數據標籤為零,您可能希望隱藏這些零數據標籤。 在這裡,我將告訴您一種立即在Excel中隱藏零數據標籤的快速方法。

在圖表中隱藏零數據標籤


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如果要在圖表中隱藏零數據標籤,請執行以下操作:

1.右鍵單擊數據標籤之一,然後選擇 格式化數據標籤 從上下文菜單中。 看截圖:

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2。 在裡面 格式化數據標籤 對話框,單擊 聯繫電話 在左窗格中,然後選擇 自定義類別 列錶框,然後鍵入 #“”格式代碼 文本框,然後單擊 加入 按鈕將其添加到 類別 列錶框。 看截圖:

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3。 點擊 關閉 按鈕關閉對話框。 然後您可以看到所有零數據標籤都被隱藏了。

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尖端:如果要顯示零數據標籤,請返回“設置數據標籤格式”對話框,然後單擊 聯繫電話 > 習俗,然後選擇 #,## 0;-#,## 0 ,在 類別 列錶框。

備註:在Excel 2013中,您可以右鍵單擊任何數據標籤,然後選擇 格式化數據標籤 打開 格式化數據標籤 窗格然後點擊 聯繫電話 擴展其選擇; 接下來點擊 類別 框,然後選擇 習俗 從下拉列表中,然後鍵入 #“”格式代碼 文本框,然後單擊 加入 按鈕。

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Muito obrigado!
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Depending on your data set, you could use a helper column. The formula could use rounddown or IF(cell<1,0,cell). This way your slicers stay intact and your pie chart uses the new column.
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I have a pivot chart (pie chart) where I need to remove the labels for any slice of the pie with a value under 1%. Right now, these are displayed as 0% (no decimal places). I am also using slicers to analyse the data by month, department and person. I am trying to get the chart to hide any labels where the value is less than 1%, but this will change when I change the variables in the slicers. I have fallen down a rabbit-hole here trying to figure this out.
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The Microsoft way of doing it (though not found on ana MS help page) is to click File>Options>Advanced, scroll down to 'Display options for this worksheet', and uncheck / untick 'Show a zero in cells that have a zero value'. All the zeros disappear.

I seem to have found a way to remove the axis name and space on a graph or chart for zero values: Highlight the whole table, click Home>Sort and filter>Filter, Click on the header of the column with the blank zero values, and uncheck / untick 'Blanks'.
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Thanks that really works well for me.
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tnx, it works
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How can I hide Zero Data Labels when it is percentage (for example 0,00%, I do not want that label to be shown)?
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<span style="letter-spacing: 0.2px; color: inherit; font-family: inherit; font-style: inherit; font-variant-ligatures: inherit; font-variant-caps: inherit; font-weight: inherit;">0.0%;-0.0%;""    </span>
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Hi
Thank you for sharing the solution above. It was really great help. However, after hiding zero values, I am having difficulties with hiding their labels. Can you please give a solution for that problem, too? Thank in advance for your help.
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Found this solution absolutely useful. Thanks a ton.
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Great solution! Can this be done retaining decimal points on the numbers that do appear?
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Kelcey, use: #,##"";-#,##""; When using the second semicolon, you define what happens in case of zero. So, if you don't define anything, the value stays blank.
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I use 0.0;;; and it also does the trick, in terms of retaining decimal places. You'd just adjust to the # of sig figs you want to keep. You have to assign the custom value to each data label series, but it keeps that format each time you refresh the data.
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