A row of values, a column of values, or a mix of rows and columns of values make up an array.
If the FILTER function returns an array, it will leak if it is the formula's final result.
There are three arguments to the FILTER function: array, include, and if empty. The range or array to filter is called an array. One or more logical tests should be included in the include argument. Based on the examination of array values, these tests should return TRUE or FALSE.
Choose any cell from the range.
Go to Filter > Data.
Click the arrow next to the column heading.
Choose Text or Number Filters, and then a comparison, such as Between.
Select OK after entering the filter criteria.
Choose the data you'd want to filter. Select Format as Table from the Home menu, then Format as Table.
You can choose whether your table includes headers in the Create Table dialogue box.
To apply a filter, select a filter option by clicking the arrow in the column header.
Right-click a row or column member, select Filter, and then Filter to filter rows and columns. Select the filter type in the Filter dialogue box's left-most field: Keep: Include any rows or columns that satisfy the filtering criteria.
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