Access - Clear Filter Selection Not Working

I have a table where when I enter a value for a parameter value to filter select rows, I want to clear the filter, but the "Clear Filter" option with the picture of the funnel with the red X is greyed out. So, I have to close the table and re-open every time I just want to clear the filter.
exp vgAsked:
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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)Commented:
is this a local table or a linked ODBC table?
Jim Dettman (Microsoft MVP/ EE MVE)President / OwnerCommented:
Sounds like your working with a query, not a table.   What would need to happen is the parameter value would need to change, which in this case can only be done by closing and re-opening.

 A filter is something separate.  It's something that can be applied on top of  the base data.  That's why the clear is grayed out; you haven't applied one.

Jim.
exp vgAuthor Commented:
Local table. I am not working with a query - it is a self standing table. It was working before - not sure why not now.
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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)Commented:
do a compact and repair, then try again
you can also use the Select All option from the listbox
exp vgAuthor Commented:
Will this happen if the table I am using has been from a Make Table query?
Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)Commented:
a local table is a "table", no matter wherever it came from, it could be imported, created by design, created from a make table query.
so it is No. It should not happen.

does the same problem showing to other tables?
exp vgAuthor Commented:
Can this happen if it is imported from Excel?
Jeffrey CoachmanMIS LiasonCommented:
Lets take a few steps back,...
It is not clear if you did as Rey instructed here
You have not answered his question here either

Can this happen if it is imported from Excel?
See Rey's post here
A table is a table, ...


What you are describing is not normal, either you are doing something different, ...or something is wrong with your database or Table.
So it may help if you posted the exact steps you are performing, and included screenshots.

But please reply to all of Rey's questions first please.


Jeff

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