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I want to list values for a range of customers excluding one: The formula I have is:
{Command.fullname} in "customer1" to "customer 3" and "customer 5" to "customer 7".
The error message keeps telling me a boolean is required? How do i exclude values in the middle of a range?

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Hi sebastiz,

 {Command.fullname} in "customer1" to "customer 3" OR  {Command.fullname} in "customer 5" to  "customer 7".


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Another way is like this:

{Command.fullname} in "customer1 to customer 7" and
{Command.fullname} <> "customer 4"

Since you are using a Command, I would recommed doing this in the command rather in the record selection formula for performance reasons.
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