When a cell contains Zero as its value, it is still retained and is not removed by default in Excel. This behaviour can be easily modified by disabling a small feature or option in Excel 2013.
Display Blank Cell when it contains Zero in Excel 2013
1. Launch Microsoft Excel 2013 and click File -> Options.
2. This will display the Excel Options Dialog. In the Excel Options Dialog , click “Advanced” in the left sidebar and then under the “Display options for this worksheet” group , uncheck/disable the option “Show a zero in cells that have zero value” and then click OK.
3. This will make the cells that contain zero to blank.
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