Crystal Reports – formatting zeros as blanks

If you have zeros in a report, you may want to show them as blanks. Right-click on the relevant field and select Format Field from the shortcut menu that appears. On the Number tab, click Customize.

On the Number tab, check the Suppress if Zero box. Click OK twice. You will then have blanks instead of zeros.

Crystal Reports custom style dialog box

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