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Hi Guys, I am trying to Rec duplicate trades so I have done a Pivot and Count on Trade Id, but how do I filter the Pivot Count so that it shows more than "1", eg. 2 and over?


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You're talking about the Value column, so the closest thing to what you want is to sort it either Largest to Smallest (or vice versa).

You can also add a filter, but you will lose oversight. As in, click the filter icon in the Row labels, Add value filter, for this example choose Greather than, since this is a simple table, the settings are mostly correct, just fill in 1.
Now your table only shows for the value table Count of GBO_ID of 2 and higher.

I know you want it to react the same as the other filter icon, but this is what you will have to work with.
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