Yes, you can definitely place a button that will reset all cells to zero. Here are the steps to do it:
- First, you need to add the Developer tab to the ribbon if it's not already there. To do this, right-click on any tab on the ribbon and select "Customize the Ribbon". In the Excel Options dialog box, check the box next to "Developer" and click "OK".
- Click on the Developer tab and select "Insert" from the Controls group.
- Scroll down to the "Form Controls" section and select the "Button" control.
- Click and drag to draw the button on your worksheet.
- Right-click on the button and select "Assign Macro".
- In the Assign Macro dialog box, click "New" to create a new macro.
- In the Visual Basic Editor, enter the following code:
Note: Change "A1:Z250" to the range of cells you want to reset to zero.
Range("A1:Z250").Value = 0
- Click "Save" and close the Visual Basic Editor.
- Back in the Assign Macro dialog box, select the macro you just created and click "OK".
- Test the button by clicking on it. All the cells in the specified range should now be reset to zero.
That's it! You now have a button that will reset all cells to zero with just one click.