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Table 5-1 provides a list and descriptions of common operators you can use to compare values
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USE ARITHMETIC OPERATORS
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Table 5-2 provides a list and descriptions of common operators you can use to calculate a value
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For a complete listing of operators, use the Expression Builder, described later in this chapter
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Table 5-3 provides a list and descriptions of common operators you can use to apply logical comparisons
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COMPARISON OPERATOR
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DESCRIPTION
ARITHMETIC OPERATOR
DESCRIPTION
LOGICAL OPERATOR
DESCRIPTION
> >= <
Greater than Greater than or equal to Less than Less than or equal to Equal to Not equal to The inclusive values between two values (for example, between 9 and 12 would return 9, 10, 11, and 12)
+ * / -
Addition Multiplication Division Subtraction
AND OR NOT
Both values must be satisfied Either value must be satisfied The value is not satisfied
<= = <> Between
Table 5-2: Arithmetic Operators
Table 5-3: Logical Operators
USE WILDCARDS
Table 5-1: Comparison Operators
Wildcards are characters that act as placeholders in expressions used in filters or queries when you are trying to find a particular word or string of characters and only know limited information about the value Typically used in text fields, you can use them in other data types Table 5-4 lists the most commonly used wildcards
You can also use wildcards in the Find and Find And Replace dialog boxes (click Find or Replace in the Home tab Find group) See 4 for information on finding and replacing text in a table
WILDCARD
DESCRIPTION
Used as a placeholder for all characters that occupy the space For example, filtering on a value of *son would return values that started with any characters as long as they ended in son, such as Robertson and comparison Used as a placeholder for a single character For example, filtering on a value of r der would return values that contained any characters in the second and third positions, such as reader and Ridder Returns values that match any characters you type between the brackets For example, the[mr]e would return there and theme, but not Thebe Returns values that don t match the characters you type between brackets For example, the[!mr]e would return Thebe, but not there or theme Returns values that match a range of characters between brackets For example, the[m-z]e would return there and theme, but not Thebe Used as a placeholder, similar to , but used to replace a single numeric character
UICKSTEPS
REMOVING, CLEARING, OR REAPPLYING A FILTER
When you clear a filter, you permanently strike it from
the object it s associated with When you merely toggle a filter, it can be reapplied To re-create a cleared filter, you have to start from scratch Continued
Table 5-4: Common Wildcards
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Use Advanced Filters
REMOVING, CLEARING, OR REAPPLYING A FILTER (Continued)
REMOVE A FILTER
Advanced filters allow you to easily use multiple criteria in multiple fields (columns) to find and sort records You can also use expressions to set up criteria Expressions used in filters are typically short combinations of values, operators, wildcards, and other terms that return a value Access has an Expression Builder tool that you can use to build the expression using lists and buttons Right-click a criteria field, and select Build to open the Expression Builder window See the Using the Expression Builder QuickSteps for more information
CREATE AN ADVANCED FILTER
1 Open the table or form that contains the filter you
want to remove
2 In the Home tab Sort & Filter group,
click the Toggle Filter button Or Click the Filtered icon on the navigation bar In either case, the data is returned to its pre-filtered state REAPPLY THE MOST RECENT FILTER
1 Open the table or form that contains the filter you
want to reapply
1 2
Open a table in Datasheet View or a form in Form View In the Home tab Sort & Filter group, click Advanced and click Advanced Filter/Sort The advanced filter design pane opens with a default name, including the table name and a sequential filter number
2 In the Home tab Sort & Filter group, click the
Toggle Filter button Or Click the Unfiltered icon on the navigation bar In either case, the data is filtered according to the criteria used in the most recent filter CLEAR A FILTER
Click the Field down arrow in the leftmost column of the grid in the lower half of the pane Select the first field that you want to search (See Work in the Grid later in this chapter for other ways to choose the field you want) If you want to sort your results, click the Sort field, and open its drop-down menu Click the sort order you want In the Criteria field, type the first criteria you want to apply in the current field (See Use Operators and Wildcards in Criteria earlier in the chapter) Type a second criteria, as necessary, in the or field Records that satisfy either condition will be returned Repeat for any other criteria you want to add Repeat steps 3 6 to apply criteria in multiple fields, as shown in Figure 5-6 In the Home tab Sort & Filter group, click Toggle Filter to display the results
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