Have you ever needed to filter a specific range of data using 1 or more filters in Excel?
Using the filter function, you can easily filter data in a row or column to the parameter you specify. You can even filter the data further by using a filter on another row or column and applying it.
In this video, I’ll show you how easy it is to analyze the data in your spreadsheet using a filter.
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