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Hello, I need to display the right click report filter that is available in full-use version of Access.  Runtime version removes the filter option.  I need my end-uses to be able to filter a generated report by right clicking number columns.  I cannot for the life in me seem to be able to figure this out.

My report is generated by a multi select list box so it has an applied filter but then my end user wants to refine the report even further.  Please help
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I am using Access 2010 and I cannot figure out how to edit the Arguments like you could in 2007.  The setup is totally different.
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While I was poking around, I found this as well that looks pretty cool and easy to use: http://www.access-programmers.co.uk/forums/showthread.php?t=202673
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