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JoseAriel
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Replacing "(Blank)" display on Visualization Card with (Number) 0 or (Text) "All up to".

Good morning,

The other day Ashish gave me a solution to a problem "Housing NENA PastDue = Calculate(COUNT('NENA Tickler'[housing]),'NENA Tickler'[housing] = "PastDue")', However, if the column has no "PastDue"s, the Visualization Card displays the text "(Blank)". How can I modify the Calculate(Count( so that insteat of the text "(Blank)", the card displays either a numeric 0 or the text "All up to date"? Assistance would be greatly apporeciated.

 

Thanks

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Hi @JoseAriel,

You're welcome. Please mark the right reply as answer, so more people will find solution easily.

Best Regards,
Angelia

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JSD
Microsoft
Microsoft

 This is a terrible solution and it doesn't work.

v-huizhn-msft
Microsoft
Microsoft

Hi @JoseAriel,

As I tested, please plus 0 at the end of formula as follows.

Housing NENA PastDue = Calculate(COUNT('NENA Tickler'[housing]),'NENA Tickler'[housing] = "PastDue")+0


Please feel free to ask if you have any other issue.

Best Regards,
Angelia

amazing solution! 

Thanks much. Learning sooo much from your skills.

Hi @JoseAriel,

You're welcome. Please mark the right reply as answer, so more people will find solution easily.

Best Regards,
Angelia

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