When printing a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet in which the zero values are suppressed, the zero values appear when the document is printed using IBM® Lotus® Symphony Spreadsheets.
When you open an Excel spreadsheet that has the zero values suppressed into Lotus Symphony, the cells look fine until the file is printed.
In Lotus Symphony Spreadsheet, you must specify whether to show/hide zero value cells by changing options in preference settings. This behavior is different from that of Microsoft Excel, where the Windows option controls the suppression of zero values in both the display and for printing.
Behavior of displaying the zero value in Microsoft Office is described in the following topic:
Resolving the problem
For automatically suppressing zero value cells, you can adjust following two options.
To Show/Hide numbers with zero value:
- Click File -> Preferences... -> IBM Lotus Symphony -> Lotus Symphony Spreadsheets -> View
- Under Display, select or deselect Zero Values.
To Print/Not Print numbers with zero value:
- Click File -> Page Setup -> Sheet
- Under Print, select or deselect Zero Values.
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