I'm creating several dozen charts all using Logarithmic Scale and while I know you aren't supposed to provide Zero values in the source data this is one project where that can't be helped. My problem is that the Excel Alert keeps popping up to tell me I shouldn't use zeros and it keeps crashing my sheet because it pops up every 10 seconds or so.
My question is: Is there any way to turn off an Excel Error Alert? OR Is there any value I can place in those cells (other than Zero or One) that would stop that troublesome alert from popping up?
Just for reference, this is the alert:
Negative or zero values cannot be plotted correctly on log charts. Only positive values can be interpreted on a logarithmic scale. To correct the problem, do one of the following:
* Enter only positive values (greater than zero) int he cells used to create the chart.
* In the chart, click the axis you want to change. On the Format menu, click Selected Axis. Click the Scale tab, and then clear the Logarithmic Scale check box.