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VBA Excel Autofilter 3 Criteria

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Sub SP120others()

    Sheets("receivables").Select

    ActiveSheet.ListObjects("Table_Query_from_SME_SQL3").Range.AutoFilter Field:= _
        9, Criteria1:="<>Name One", Operator:=xlAnd, Criteria2:="<>Name Two"
End Sub

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Would someone know how to tweak the above code to show 3 Criterias instead? Thank you.
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Question by:randybucao
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you mean something like this:

ActiveSheet.ListObjects("Table_Query_from_SME_SQL3").Range.AutoFilter Field:= _
        9, Criteria1:="<>Name One", Operator:=xlAnd, Criteria2:="<>Name Two",Operator:=xlAnd, Criteria3:="<>Name Three"
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