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How to filter data from a worksheet

Now we will see that we can filter data from a worksheet in MS Excel.

The first thing which we need to check when we want to filter any data is that no row should be empty.

Now we will go to our DATA tab and select 'Filter' option, which will bring a dropdown option beside every column, and hence we can select any column which we want to filter and inside it select data according to our requirement.

After doing this it will show us only the filtered data which we selected.

We can also filter our data by providing certain conditions by using 'filter option' option. In that we can limit or set our data as our requirement.

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Filter data in Excel with Conditional Formatting & Text Filters or Number Filters. This easy-to-use tool makes it easy to filter data by condition, just like Excel's built-in filters. Filter the data in any column by text or number, then use conditional formatting rules to format your cells by condition. Filter data in Excel with this quick, easy tool. Filter your data quickly by selecting any cell within the range, selecting Data > Filter, and then selecting the column header arrow. Next, select Text Filters or Number Filters, and select a comparison like Between. Lastly, enter the filter criteria and click OK to filter your data.

Excel is a powerful spreadsheet application that has been used by millions of people. However, not everyone knows how to create a filter in the program. In this article, we learn about when you should use a filter and how to create one.To create a filter in Excel, you need to insert it into your workbook by clicking on the Formulas tab in the ribbon. Fill out the filter options fields and then apply it. Filters can also be applied using formulas or functions that you write in your spreadsheet. To use these functions with filters, just use the Filters button at the top of your screen when you select any cell in your spreadsheet. In Excel when you have a lot of data, it can be difficult to find the information you need quickly and easily in your spreadsheet. Filters are one way to sift through the data and find what you're looking for in a matter of seconds. Filters help businesses quickly identify important trends in their data so they can adjust their strategies accordingly.

Excel has a column filter feature that can be accessed in the View tab in the ribbon. The advantage of this feature is that it saves you from having to move through multiple sheets to find which column you are looking for. All you have to do is to click on it and Excel will display only the data that falls into that category. Basically, when you are filtering, Excel will instantly show only the rows where your criteria match. There are many ways to filter data in Excel. You can filter data by using the Data tab, the Filter function, or the Filter dialog box. Filtering only one column is one of the ways you can do this by using Excel’s Filter function. Let's look at how to use this function to make our column smaller and more focused on what we want to find. To filter out data from only one column, select the column name in your data set and choose either a drop-down arrow button or a text box where you enter a formula for the criteria that you want to apply. For example, if you need to see all of your orders from a certain country, type =Country=Canada in your spreadsheet and hit enter on your keyboard.

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