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Re: Replacing (Blanks) with 0

There is a simpler solution, 

Click on "Edit Queries" ribbon in the toolbar
Select the "Database"(Incase if you have multiple database imported into PBi )
Select the respective "Column" in that databse which has blanks
Choose the option "Replace Value"
Value to find: null
Replace with: 0
Click ok



Regular Visitor

Re: Replacing (Blanks) with 0

If you want is to replace blank or null values with 0 without creating a new column, then use the Query Editor.

  1. Select Edit Query. 
  2. In the query window, right click on the column header and select Replace Values... 


  • Pay attention to where you insert the command in your Query steps. 
  • You can select multiple columns by holding down the Ctrl key when you select the column header
  • You can view and modify the code in the Advanced Editor if needed.
  • You can replace any values with this method

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