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Good morning all!  

See attached form called "EXPERTS".

This is a datasheet.

However, the filters are missing INCLUDING the basic text filter.
I have google this but nothing seems to work.
All I can do is sort (which is not sufficient).


Any thoughts.  The ability to filter is fundamental to the running of this form.

Thanks in advance.
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You have AllowFilters set to No in your form properties.
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by:Patrick O'Dea
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Oops!

... I was digging deep for a more tricky solution!

Lesson: Never forget the obvious.

Thanks again.
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