Advanced filtering

PATSYS

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If i want to filter a set of data in a range, and I want to see those data that are blank in any of the 2 fields (Field1, Filed2), my understanding is that I should do a critera range in such a way that under Field1, I place <>*, then in Field 2 one row below that of Field1 criteria, I should place <>*.

Is this correct?

How come it is not working?

Thanks.
 

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pgc01

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Hi again

Sorry, I didn't read your post carefully.

Why <> ? You'll get those in which at leat one IS NOT blank.

You want blank, so use =. You'll get those in which at leat one IS blank.

HTH
PGC
 

PATSYS

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Hi,

I think I already solved it. I used "<>0" for the fields that are numeric.
 

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