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How to Filter an Excel Database

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Filtering is a quick and easy way to extract certain records from a database created in Microsoft Excel. This filter or filtering of the database makes it possible to manipulate the records as a group of their own - separate from the rest of the database. An example is extracting only the records from an address database where the Zip code is equal to 57754. This group of records could then be printed, sorted, copied, deleted, etc. Unlike sorting, filtering does not rearrange the list, instead it hides the rows containing the records that do not meet the criteria.


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