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Dysprositos
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Im stumped,

I have a list with the labels in the first row. I would like to display certain rows, and later i would like to copy them to somewhere else. I presume i can use the Advanced filter, but i cant work it? I can display the rows i want with the auto filter.

Ive read the help file and i cant see where im going wrong.

Thanks to anyone who can help.

Post Fri Nov 08, 2002 7:25 am 
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OOPS, sorry for the multiple posts. How can i delete the other onese?

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