## How do I conditionally format a Div 0?

The #DIV/0! error appears in cell A1. Select A1, and press F2 to edit the formula….

- Select the cell that contains the error, and on the Home tab, click Conditional Formatting.
- Click New Rule.
- In the New Formatting Rule dialog box, click Format only cells that contain.

## How do I hide div 0 in excel conditional formatting?

IFERROR is the simplest solution. For example if your formula was =A1/A2 you would enter =IFERROR(A1/A2,“”) to return a blank or =IFERROR(A1/A2,0) to return a zero in place of the error.

**How do I get rid of Div 0 in Excel 2010?**

You can also suppress this error by nesting your division operation inside the IFERROR function. Again, using A2/A3, you can use =IFERROR(A2/A3,0). This tells Excel if your formula evaluates to an error, then return 0, otherwise return the result of the formula.

**Why does 0 disappear Excel?**

Why does the 0 disappear in Excel? So you’ve typed 00198 and Excel has completely ignored the 00 and only entered the 198 into the cell. This is because Excel sees the zeros as insignificant and as a result drops them.

### How do I leave a blank cell if the value is zero?

Under Display options for this worksheet, select a worksheet, and then do one of the following:

- To display zero (0) values in cells, select the Show a zero in cells that have zero value check box.
- To display zero values as blank cells, clear the Show a zero in cells that have zero value check box.

### How do you replace 0 in Python?

Steps to replace NaN values:

- For one column using pandas: df[‘DataFrame Column’] = df[‘DataFrame Column’].fillna(0)
- For one column using numpy: df[‘DataFrame Column’] = df[‘DataFrame Column’].replace(np.nan, 0)
- For the whole DataFrame using pandas: df.fillna(0)
- For the whole DataFrame using numpy: df.replace(np.nan, 0)

**How do I get the 0 after a decimal in Excel?**

Right-click the selected cell or range and choose Format Cells from the context menu. Click the Number tab. Choose Custom from the Category list. In the Type field, enter the number of 0s necessary to accommodate the largest value.