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ssrs 'Edit Selected Dataset' button

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I am trying to add a filter to my ssrs dataset.

The tutorial I am following told me to click the Data tab (in BIDS) and then click on the 'Edit Selected Dataset' button.

I can not find the button anywhere.

can anybody help?
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It is here (red arrow)
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