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How to Use Advanced Filtering in Excel

Advanced filtering in Excel allows you to filter data based on complex criteria. This can be useful when you have a large dataset and want to narrow down the results to only those that meet certain criteria.

To use advanced filtering, first select the data that you want to filter. Then, click the Data tab on the ribbon and click Filter. This will open the Filter pane on the right side of the screen.

In the Filter pane, you'll see a list of all the columns in your data. To filter by a specific column, click the drop-down arrow next to that column's name and select your criteria. For example, you could choose to only see results where the value in that column is greater than or equal to a certain number.

You can also add multiple criteria for a single column by clicking the + button next to the column name. This will open a new row where you can specify additional criteria. For example, you could choose to only see results where the value in that column is greater than or equal to a certain number and less than or equal to another number.

Once you've selected your criteria, click OK. Your data will be filtered according to your specifications.

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