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Data View Web part to display Announcements List in MOSS 2007 using Designer 2007

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I have created a data view webpart to display the title, created date and body of entries in the Announcements list.  I have figured out how to do everything except to prevent expired announcements from showing.  I'm using SharePoint Designer 2007.  Can anyone help me figure this out?
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You need to right click on the view, next choose "Show Common  Control tasks" and then "Filter".
There set the filter to "Expires" greater than or equal [current date] and you are done.
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