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Exel Filtering Records

Posted on 2013-12-24
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Say,

I am using the filter function in excel. Once i have filtered my selection, how can I copy only the filtered records into a new spreadsheet or alternatively remove all the records that were not filtered. In other words - i would like to end up with a new spreadsheet containing only with the filtered information that was filtered.

Any method pls....?

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What version of Excel are you using?

Generally, when you filter (I'm assuming you used Autofilter), you should be able to select all the data by highlighting the filtered cells.

When that is completed, you should be able to copy the data, create a new workbook/worksheet and paste the filtered data without the other data from coming over.
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Hi

pls refer to
http://www.melanieestes.com/joomla/index.php/blog-articles/entry/excel-copy-and-paste-only-the-filtered-data

Select your range then Goto (Ctrl-G in my version) then Special then select Visible Cells only

Now you can copy your filtered data and paste it where you want

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