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I have this format [>999999]#.##0,00.." M$";[>999]#.##0,00." k$";#0,00$ which works well. But I want to empty the cell if the value equals 0. Can I tweak the format to do so, or do I have to use vba?

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Usecondtional formatting to set format to ;;; when cell value = 0

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