I've seen and received some good advice on Excel problems so I'm hoping someone can help me with a problem I have in Word.
I have a mail merge document which includes a table.
The table is two columns, one for a description and one for a value.
There are multiple rows.
My problem is that I want one of the rows (one specific row) to appear only when it's value is not null and is greater than zero. I don't think word can control the appearance of the row in the table and if I split the table so the conditional row is it's own table I end up with blank lines between the tables (inserting the IF statement puts in a carriage return I can't seem to get rid of).
I can have two complete tables (one with the conditional row and one without) but this is not ideal.
Any suggestions welcomed.