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Bagaimana cara menyembunyikan label data nol dalam grafik di Excel?

Terkadang, Anda dapat menambahkan label data di bagan untuk membuat nilai data lebih jelas dan langsung di Excel. Namun dalam beberapa kasus, ada label data nol di bagan, dan Anda mungkin ingin menyembunyikan label data nol ini. Di sini saya akan memberi tahu Anda cara cepat untuk menyembunyikan label data nol di Excel sekaligus.

Sembunyikan label data nol di bagan


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Jika Anda ingin menyembunyikan label data nol di bagan, lakukan hal berikut:

1. Klik kanan di salah satu label data, dan pilih Format Label Data dari menu konteks. Lihat tangkapan layar:

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2. Dalam Format Label Data dialog, Klik Jumlah di panel kiri, lalu pilih Kustom dari Kategori kotak daftar, dan jenis # "" ke dalam Kode Format kotak teks, dan klik Add tombol untuk menambahkannya Tipe kotak daftar. Lihat tangkapan layar:

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3. klik Penyelesaian tombol untuk menutup dialog. Kemudian Anda dapat melihat semua label data nol disembunyikan.

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jenis: Jika Anda ingin menampilkan label data nol, silakan kembali ke dialog Format Label Data, dan klik Jumlah > Kustom, Lalu pilih #, ## 0; - #, ## 0 dalam Tipe kotak daftar.

Note: Di Excel 2013, Anda dapat mengklik kanan label data apa pun dan memilih Format Label Data untuk membuka Format Label Data panel; lalu klik Jumlah untuk memperluas opsinya; selanjutnya klik Kategori kotak dan pilih Kustom dari daftar drop-down, dan ketik # "" ke dalam Kode Format kotak teks, dan klik Add .

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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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