Filter on row headings

samjenkins

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Hi there,
I have searched the forms about this for quite a whjile now, and havent found a simple solution.

Basically i have dates in columns along the top row, and information under each date.

I want to be able to filter the top row by date to display only the information relevant to that date.

Is there any simple way of doing this?
 

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Not exactly understand your mean.
How about Transpose your data so that your dates can show in rows mode.

Copy first, then in special past dialog box, just check Transpose.
 
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You can't automatically filter columns, only rows.

How many rows do you have under each date? If its less that 255 rows then you could swap the table around so that date is column 1 then use autofilter, otherwise you'll need a macro to do this.
 
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