How to fill blank cells with 0 or other specific value in Excel?
Supposing you have a large worksheet which is populated with hundreds of blank cells, and now you would like to fill the blank cells with a specific value you like, such as the number of 0. Of course, you can fill them manually or copy and paste one by one, but this is not a good choice for filling large blank cells. Today, I will introduce you some quick tricks to solve this problem.
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With Go To Special function, you can fill blank cells with whatever values you want.
1. Select the range that you want to fill blank cells.
2. Click Home > Find & Select > Go To Special…to open the Go To Special dialog box. Then choose Blanks option from Select section. See screenshot:
3. Then click OK. All of the blank cells will be selected. Then don’t do anything just input the number or text you want into the active cell. See screenshot:
4. And then press Ctrl + Enter, and all of the blank cells have been filled with the text “null”. See screenshot:
Of course you can fill these selected blank cells with the number of 0 too.
Also you can apply the following VBA code to fill blank cells with specific value. Please do as follows:
1. Highlight the range contains multiple blank cells.
2. Click Developer > Visual Basic, a new Microsoft Visual Basic for applications window will be displayed, click Insert > Module, then copy and paste the following code into the Module:
Sub FillEmptyBlankCellWithValue() 'Fill an empty or blank cell in selection 'with value specified in InputBox Dim cell As Range Dim InputValue As String On Error Resume Next 'Prompt for value to fill empty cells in selection InputValue = InputBox("Enter value that will fill empty cells in selection", _ "Fill Empty Cells") 'Test for empty cell. If empty, fill cell with value given For Each cell In Selection If IsEmpty(cell) Then cell.Value = InputValue End If Next End Sub
3. Click button to run the code, and a prompt box will appear. You can input any value into the blank box. For example, I input “empty” into it. See screenshot:
If you need to fill blank cells with the number of 0, you need to enter the 0 in this dialog box.
4. And then click OK to end this procedure.
If you have installed Kutools for Excel, its Fill Blank Cells…function can help you to quickly and conveniently fill blank cells with values, with linear values or with fixed value.
1. Click Kutools > Insert Tools > Fill Blank Cells, see screenshot:
2. Select the range that you want to fill the blank cells, and in the Fill Blank Cells dialog box,check Fixed Value from the Fill With option and enter the specific value or text in the Filled Value box, see screenshot:
3. Then click OK or Apply. All of the blank cells have been filled with the specified value.
If you enter the number of 0 in the input box of Fill value, all blank cells will be filled with 0 in the selection.
With this Fill Blank Cells utility, you can also fill blank cells with linear values and value above, click here to know more.