Filters Not filtering

tantric_lover

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Hi,

Has anyone ever come across the following problem...and of course if they have a solution that would be fab.

I am extracting data via ODBC to an Excel sheet. Using VB Code I am doing an Advanced Filter on one of the items which is a Project Code (4 numerals). Now I have a misc Proj code of 9999 which I want to filter out which I have set up in code on the Worksheet_Change procedure.

Here is the code for that section:
Worksheets("Net Spend").Range("Database") _
.AdvancedFilter Action:=xlFilterCopy, _
CriteriaRange:=Sheets("Net Spend").Range("S2:T3"), _
CopyToRange:=Range("A2:Q2"), Unique:=False

S2 to T3 are :
AFE Year- Project
2005 - <>9999

Now the Project Code of 9999 is not filtered out. But if I go to the cell with 9999 in it, press F2 then Return and then reapply the filter it works. The Year part works fine btw.

I don't understand why it won't filter out 9999 until I go on each cell and hit F2 - Return.
 

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Hi

The number must have been imported as text. That's why it's not recognised. When you hit F2 and return, excel automatically converts it to number.

You may have to convert all numbers.

Select a column, Data>Text to columns, click Finish.

Hope this helps
PGC
 
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Hi

The number must have been imported as text. That's why it's not recognised. When you hit F2 and return, excel automatically converts it to number.

You may have to convert all numbers.

Select a column, Data>Text to columns, click Finish.

Hope this helps
PGC

That worked fine. I done it on the ODBC sheet. So I jsut need to remember to do text To Columns - Finish every time I refresh the data. Thanks for that.
 
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