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Excel 2000 advanced filtering question

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We are working with an excel sheet with a colum that has the name status.

This statusses can be new, in progress and closed.

I want to see only the rows that have the status new or in progress .
(or NOT closed)

How can I achieve this ?
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> Apply Autofilters
> Select Custom
> In the description select "Does Not Equal"
> In the value box select "Closed"
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2nd Solution:

> Apply Autofilters
> In the column for name status select "Custom" for autofilter
> In the first description select "Equals" then select "New"
> Check on the "OR" button
> In the second description select "Equals" then select "In Progress"
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