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Replacing Blank Cells with 0 in Excel 2010

This is a very common requirement for many of us, and there are multiple ways to achieve this many of which requires running macros, but the easiest way that I follow is following these steps :

1) On the “Home” tab >Select the “Find and Select” dropdown menu ( on the Editing Group of icons)

2) Select “Go to Specials” and select the “Blanks” radio button and say “OK”

3) Type 0 or  any character that you want to replace the blanks with

4) Press Ctrl+Enter

.. and you are done.


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