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How To... Create a Simple Filter in Excel 2010
 
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Learn how to analyse data better by using a filter to display only data that you want to see.
Views: 208957 Eugene O'Loughlin
Sorting and filtering data in Calc part 1
 
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http://openofficevideo.com Transcript: Welcome to OpenOffice video. I am Maarten and today I will show you how to use the sorting and filter functions in Calc which is very useful if you want to find the data you need in large numbers, large datasheet or if you want, of course, to sort your data. Now let's say we have here our Sales document. Let's say we want to sort all this data by Sales. So we want in ascending order, first we want with the month with lowest sales and then up and up and up. This isn't currently the case, because currently it is sorted by month, so January first, then February, etc. So we want to change this. What we do is we go to Data, first we select, and this is incredibly important, first we select all data. Then we go to Data, we go to Sort, now a menu comes up where you can select how you want to sort it. Now you see you can sort it by Column. So let's say we want it to sort by Sales which is column B, and here we are, Sales. Then we can choose what we want -Ascending or Descending, well we want Ascending. If it is the same, then we select by, let's say, column A, which is Month. I should have actually put a heading in there. But since I didn't, now I meant Column A. So we click on OK, and now you see what happens, it has sorted our data. June is first with our quarter under this,and then this, this. And you see all the other data as well. You can see something funny has happened with the formatting. Actually January was on top, oh yeah, and we didn't have December in this calculation, November was down, so that's why the lines of the formatting are a bit funny, but that's of course easily adjusted. Let's do that right now. Let's do a bit of house-keeping and select here all the borders -fixed. OK, so that's how sorting basically works, very useful. Let's just go back a bit, click this formatting. Now let me show you what happens if you say, OK, I just want to, what some people as a mistake make. I want to sort Sales, you go to Data, Sort, and here this is an important box. It says, "the cells next to the current selection also contain data", which is especially relevant, because here are the month names, and here are the other data. So, Calc actually recognizes that you haven't selected everything. If we go to "Extend selection", we see it automatically selects all your data. This of course goes all right in this spreadsheet since there is nothing much else in there, but be wary of what Calc sorts, because if you haven't built up your data sheet in a way Calc expects, it might go wrong. And you end up with wrongly sorted data, which is a bit of a disaster as I will show you. If I just select this one, Sort, and I ignore this warning and I want to keep the selection as it is, and I am going to sort Sales in Ascending, then it nicely sorts this column but the figure that was previously from June is now from January and if you keep on working with this datasheet, your data is going to end up a mess and your result will be meaningless. so we quickly undo this, select everything if you want to sort data, I recommend always doing this yourself and not waiting for the box. Alright? This was sorting and part 2 will show you how to use filters to sort through data. I hope you find this video helpful. If you have any suggestions, questions or remarks, please leave them in the comments. If you want, you can subscribe to OpenOffice video by using our RSS feed,by Twitter, or by subscribing to our YouTube channel if you are watching YouTube. Thanks for watching and until next time, bye.
Views: 19734 openofficevideo
Excel Video 33 Filtering Dates in Tables
 
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Excel Video 33 demonstrates some of many methods Excel offers to filter date fields in tables. When you filter a field containing dates, Excel recognizes the dates and customizes your filter options accordingly. The date filtering options you're used to seeing in Pivot Tables are still there, along with a whole lot more. In fact, the list of date filtering options is so long that my examples toward the end of the video don't fit on the page. Follow along with your copy of Excel to see the Year to Date and All Dates in the Period toward the bottom of the menu. One of the things I really like about date options is that when you update or add more data to your table, you can leave the filters on so that they persist in filtering new data. In other words, if you always want your table to show this week's appointments, for example, set the date filter to This Week and then when you download, refresh, or add new data, you'll always be looking at this week, you don't need to reset the filter.
Views: 24958 PivotTableGuy
DHCP Security options, Authorization, MAC Filtering
 
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This video from WINSRVTUTS is a wrap up of our installation of Windows DHCP services. We will touch a bit on some security options included in the Windows DHCP service, some fault tolerance suggestions, and MAC filtering. If you like the video please check out my website www.winsrvtuts.com. Hopefully you will find valuable information regarding Windows Server administration.
Views: 11124 Steve Aiello
Excel Video 34 Filtering Text in Tables
 
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Excel Video 34 covers filtering text in tables. Filtering text is more straight-forward with fewer options than filtering dates or numbers, so I'm including a couple of other tricks in this video as well. Watch the demonstration of using custom filters to see how to apply multiple filters to the same field or column of data. You can also use the custom filter feature to apply multiple filters to numbers and dates as well. You'll also learn how to apply a filter to multiple columns at the same time. Finally, I'll show you a shortcut in the data tab to remove all of the filters you've set at once. I'm filtering a column with just 7 different doctors to make the example easy to understand, but the real power of text filters comes when you've got a ton of different data, like patient names. I've used text filters to help clinics find all patients with a given characteristic in their names, for example. Another time text filters may come in handy is if you have the same data with slight spelling differences in your table. For example, if you filter for St. Louis, you won't get St Louis or Saint Louis. Filtering the text for Louis may be a clever way to solve that problem.
Views: 16082 PivotTableGuy
yahoo mail folder, filter settings
 
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Step by Step procedure of settings for those who uses yahoo mail:- First u have to add a new folder: 1. Find 'Folder' tab on the left side of yahoo mail. 2. click on -+-. 3. Add a New Folder dialogue box will pop up. 4. Type -Facebook-havyaka- on the dialogue box. Procedure for FILTERING (skipping from your INBOX): 1. First find out the email domain of the facebook, by opening the email -From- address. It is -facebookmail.com- 2. Click on -Options-. 3. U can see -Mail Options- - click on that. 4.a). Under General - See -After moving-deleting message-. It will b convenient if u mark on -Go back to the original folder- 4. Now, click on -Filters-. 5. Find -Add Filter- & click on that. 6.Now fill up those boxes by typing as mentioned below:- Filter name: [havyaka] sender: facebookmail.com subject: [havyaka] Move to folder: Facebook-havyaka. 7. Now click on -Save Changes-, which u can find on little upper top of the screen. 8. Hurray, you have done all the required settings for filtering of Facebook - havyaka email notifications. It will skip your INBOX & go directly to the folder -Facebook - havyaka-. * If you want all the email from facebook to go directly this folder, just omit that -subject- box. I mean leave it as blank. Now, at any time you can browse these emails by clicking on the folder menu, which is visible on the left side of the main page of your yahoo mail. All the best. Rajendra Halemane.
Views: 27121 Rajendra Halemane
Excel Video 35 Filtering Numbers in Tables
 
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Excel Video 35 reviews the options for filtering numbers in tables. After watching the last two videos on filtering dates and text, this will be second nature to you. We'll review an example or two of filtering numbers, like getting all patients in their thirties. After that, I'll show you two more tricks. Top 10 is a powerful way to filter for the top or bottom values in a range of data. You aren't limited to 10, either. Tables let you filter by the number of items or by the percent of items, so it's just as easy to see the top 5 items in your list as it is to see the top 5 percent of items. The other neat filter I'll demonstrate is how Excel lets you filter for above average or below average items in your list. This feature's unique to numbers and it's only in tables as opposed to Pivot Tables. It's an easy way to get the top or bottom half of your data quickly. Stay tuned. Next time we'll filter by color, a new feature in Excel 2007.
Views: 12429 PivotTableGuy
Word Mail Merge Tips: Filtering Mail Merge Recipients
 
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Narrow down that list of mail recipients by data fields criteria using mail merge filtering options. http://www.trainsignal.com/Office-2010-Training-Package.aspx?utm_source=YouTube&utm_medium=Social%20Media&utm_campaign=YouTubeOffice%20Referral&utm_content=word%202010
How To Setup Mac Filtering
 
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Filter certain internet-capable devices on and off your network. This is a good security feature.
Views: 29041 TechRambles
Best FSX Settings
 
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READ DESCRIPTION!!!!!!!! More info about the settings here: Graphics Full Screen Resolution:1920*1080*16( Use same resolution as your normal computer resolution). Filtering:Bilinear Anti Aliasing: Off Preview DirectX10: Off Lens Flare:Off Light Bloom: On Advanced Animations: On InfornationalText: Continious Global Texture Resolution: Maximum Do always keep this on Max otherwise everything will get blurry. Aircraft Deafult Cockpit View: 3D Show Tool Tips: On High Resolution Virtual Cockpit:On 2D Panel Transparacy: 0% Aircraft Cast Shadows On The Ground: Off Aircraft Cast Shadows On It Self.Off Aircraft Landing Light Illuinates Ground. Off(Your Option) Scenery Level Of Detail Radius: Medium( Important, Small vill look bad and Large will give bad performance) Mesh Complexity: 80 Mesh Resolution: 2m( Set 5 if 2 gives bad performance) Should ALWAYS be over 19m. Texture Resolution: 7cm Water Effects: High1x Eats much FPS so keep it on this level or lower. Land Detail Textures: On Scenery Complexity:Extremly Dense Auto Generated Objects: Dense Takes much FPS but FSX look bad if this is too low so keep it on Dense Ground Scenery Cast Shadows: Off Quite laggy so try to keep it off saves some FPS too Special Effect Detail: Medium Weather Cloud Draw Distance: 60mi/96km Thermal Visulation: None Keep this on None unless you like to Cloud Detail: Detailed Cloud , Cloud coverage maximum Always keep Detailed Clound On Download Wind Aloft With Real World Data: On Disable Turbulence: Off Rate at which weather change over time: Medium Traffic Airine Traffic: 30% Depends on Airport and if you have a traffic add-on installed. General Avitaion Traffic: 30% Airport Vechicle Density: Low Road Vehicles: 52% Ships and Ferries:52% Lesiure Boats: 51% I get around 40 FPS on deafult sceneries with tihs settings.
Views: 54651 AirplanesWorld
Central HEPA Air Filtration Installation Instructions
 
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This video gives you the easy steps into installing a HEPA air filtration system.
Views: 43863 eVacuumStore.com
Access 2010 tutorial: How to filter data | lynda.com
 
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This Access 2010 tutorial shows several ways to filter form data. Watch more at http://www.lynda.com/Access-2010-tutorials/power-shortcuts/73284-2.html?utm_medium=viral&utm_source=youtube&utm_campaign=videoupload-73284-0108 This specific tutorial is just a single movie from chapter one of the Access 2010 Power Shortcuts course presented by lynda.com author Alicia Katz Pollock. The complete Access 2010 Power Shortcuts course has a total duration of 3 hours and 43 minutes, and includes tips for working with the Ribbon and Quick Access toolbar, managing files, customizing and automating Access, rapid data entry and editing, working with tables, queries, forms, and reports, managing your database, and much more Access 2010 Power Shortcuts table of contents: Introduction 1. Top Tips 2. File Management 3. Ribbon and Quick Access Toolbar Tips 4. Interface Shortcuts 5. Navigation Shortcuts 6. Data Entry and Editing Shortcuts 7. Table Techniques 8. Relationship Techniques 9. Query Techniques 10. Form Techniques 11. Report Techniques 12. Formatting Shortcuts 13. Macro and Event Techniques 14. Database Management Techniques Conclusion
Views: 23831 LinkedIn Learning
How-to Create filters for Cherry picker
 
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We'll set up cherry picker module and filters from scratch, and give you insight for a few tips and options.
Views: 8689 GaltMD
Renovation in ARCHICAD - Default renovation filters and filter options
 
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ArchiCAD 15 New Features - Renovation Default renovation filters and filter options In this video, we will find out more about Renovation Filters and Filter Options. More information http://www.graphisoft.com/products/archicad http://www.graphisoft.com Download ArchiCAD for free: https://myarchicad.com/
Views: 6334 ARCHICAD
Select Cases - SPSS (part 1)
 
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Demonstration on how to select cases in SPSS data files. Learn how to do the basics, as well as use the very useful OR operation |, which can be used to select non-contiguous levels within a particular variable.
Views: 238915 how2stats
Excel Video 8 Label Filters in Pivot Tables
 
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This Video demonstrates a cool new feature in Excel 2007, label filters. Label filters allow you to filter rows and columns based on the text of the label. Excel offers a variety of logical choices to filter with (Begins with, Doesn't begin with, Ends with, Doesn't end with, Contains, Doesn't contain, etc.) Also notice what happens when you put date fields in a Pivot Table instead of text. Label filters turns into Date filters, and your filter options turn into a wide variety of date based choices (Before, After, Between, This week/month/quarter/year, Last week/month/quarter/year, Next week/month/quarter/year, Year to date, etc.) These filtering options make it very easy to keep Pivot Table filters current as the data refreshes.
Views: 10151 PivotTableGuy
How-to add words to the custom filter
 
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Adding words to the custom filter of iMacros Assistant
Views: 72 nulemonx
Adding Price Filters to Category Pages
 
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This video covers how to add price filters to your category pages allowing your visitors to filter a group of products by price. It also includes the Widget Context module configuration. See the final result at http://yoga-blocks.co/ Learn more at http://www.datafeedr.com/
Views: 2427 Datafeedr
Excel 2010: Filtering Data
 
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In this video, you’ll learn more about filtering data in Excel 2010. Visit https://www.gcflearnfree.org/excel2010/filtering-data/1/ for our text-based lesson. This video includes information on: • Filtering data • Filtering using search • Using advanced text, date, and number filters We hope you enjoy!
Views: 170472 GCFLearnFree.org
How to Add Filters and Creating Presets in Premiere Pro CS 5.5 "Full Tutorial"
 
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We're always trying to find ways to save time and create shortcuts in post production. In this tutorial, Mike shows us how to save time with adding filters to multiple video clips at the same time. Mike also touches on how to "nest" your video footage, again to help you save time in the editing world using Premiere Pro CS 5.5.
How to use EE2 Playa Filter Options
 
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This tutorial will show you how to utilize the filter options on Pixel & Tonic's Playa field.
Views: 778 boulevardsnewmedia
Final Cut Pro 7 Ch 4  New Sequence Setup, Importing Clips & Timeline Options
 
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Get the complete lesson at http://www.totaltraining.com. find out about more lessons on Twitter @totaltraining or http://www.Facebook.com/total-training. Order today and save 20% using coupon code tt_social. Total Training for Apple Final Cut Pro 7: Select Topics is a collection of tutorials that address some of the fundamentals of setting up and using Apple Final Cut Pro 7. Presenter Kevin McAuliffe, who teaches Final Cut Studio at the Toronto Film College, will show you how you can get started using this powerful editing tool. The tutorials begin with setting up the install & troubleshooting common FCP7 problems. Then you'll launch the application, get a brief overview of the interface, discover how to use Easy Setup, and review user preferences, system settings and the menus. Once you are up and running, you'll move on to the basics of editing and working with effects. You'll learn how to setup a new sequence, import clips, and work with a timeline, editing in the clips and linking them, reviewing the editing tools and keyboard shortcuts. You'll also learn about adding motion effects, how to apply filters, the difference between realtime and non-realtime effects, how to add generators and work with text, and review Safe RT extreme. By the time you are done with these tutorials you will have fundamental understanding of how to get up and running, basic editing techniques, and how to add effects to your projects.
Views: 32834 totaltraining
Create dependent drop down lists in Excel
 
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Learn Excel online https://www.udemy.com/excel-2010-superhero-course/?couponCode=Excel2010YouTube Create dependent drop down lists in Excel to select items based on another list selection. Create lists that are dependent on other lists to limit options and help validate entries. VISIT COMPUTERGAGA FOR LOTS MORE TIPS http://www.computergaga.com CONNECT WITH US! Google+ ► https://plus.google.com/+Computergaga Facebook ► http://www.facebook.com/computergaga Twitter ► http://www.twitter.com/computergaga1
Views: 295471 Computergaga
Excel Video 37 Advanced Table Filtering
 
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We've covered a variety of different ways to filter tables in the last 4 lectures. Excel Video 37 introduces advanced filters in Excel 2007, where the basic drop-down filters are not enough. The filters we've looked at so far allow you select multiple choices in the same column (September or October) or to select filters in multiple columns, all of which have to be true (September and Florida). If you want more filtering choices, watch Excel Video 37. Start by adding several rows above your table to make a criteria area, then copy the column headings from the table to the first row in the criteria. Now, enter as many filters as you need to in the criteria area. Each row represents criteria that must all be true. If you have more than one row of criteria, Excel looks for data where all of row 1's criteria are true or where all of row 2's criteria are true or where all of row 3's criteria are true, etc. Be careful not to include a blank row of criteria in your criteria range, or Excel will select all of the records in your table since all records meet the blank criteria. Note the syntax for the criteria cells. To select all of the records where the city equals Atlanta, I enter ="=Atlanta" as the criteria in the city column. You can enter a variety of different formulas in the criteria area as long as Excel can calculate whether the criteria equals true or false. Wildcards (? and *) also work in these formulas. Most of the time the basic filters will select the records you want to see. When the basic filters don't get the job done, try these advanced filters for much more flexibility.
Views: 23536 PivotTableGuy
Cleaning: Basic filters
 
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This tutorial shows some simple but effective cleaning filter, which remove some of the topological artifacts.
New Timeline Options and Title Effects in VideoStudio Pro X4
 
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Access new titling and overlay options in the new VideoStudio Pro X4. Use the enhanced Timeline to place titles on any track, add transitions, and apply settings and filters to multiple clips and batches of images.
Views: 6853 Corel VideoStudio
Microsoft Excel Sorting and Filtering Data Tables
 
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This video demonstrates Sorting and Filtering data in Microsoft Excel. Filtes allow how to display only the rows of data that meet certain criteria specified by the user and hide rest of the rows for one or multiple columns of data. Also shown is the use of Advanced Filter in Excel
Views: 41149 CXOLearningAcademy
Select and Copy Visible Cells from Filtered Data in Microsoft Excel
 
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This video shows how to select, copy and paste only the visible cells in the Microsoft Excel table
Views: 124347 CXOLearningAcademy
OSIsoft: Obtain calculated values with advanced options. v3.1
 
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The Advanced Calculated Data function adds more options, such as filtering and a choice between time and event-weighted results. At http://youtube.com/watch?v=4cx8XZPqdIg&list=PL3E3217E4D1FA0B9D you can see where this video is in the sequence of videos on this topic. If you are a subscriber to our Virtual Learning Lab Environment at http://learning.osisoft.com/Virtual_Learning_Lab_Detail.aspx you can log in to your own personal PI System to use for practice and testing. Video content is copyright of OSIsoft, LLC - 2011. All rights reserved. Any redistribution or reproduction of part or all of the contents in any form is prohibited other than for your personal and non-commercial use.
Views: 405 OSIsoft Learning
How To Sort Lists in Microsoft Word 2010
 
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https://www.navitend.com [email protected] Learn how to sort lists alphabetically or numerically in Microsoft Word 2010. The lists need not be part of a table or be associated with Excel in any way. Ascending and descending also covered.
Views: 155605 navitend
Web Design | How to Edit Digital Images : Adding Effects to Pictures
 
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Have a gander this helpful info : When adding effects to pictures using Photoshop, try out various filters on a new layer above the image. Customize effects and preview filter options for digital images and pictures with the Photoshoptips in this free video on digital imaging from an Internet design specialist. Expert: Luis Estrada Bio: Luis Estrada has a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science. He specializes in developing web sites and web applications. Estrada has been designing and creating websites for more than 8 years. Filmmaker: Luis Estrada 2011 http://trustseo.com Website Design in Miami Thanks to the 1st uploader of this video was expertvillage
IC9100 Roofing Filter Installation
 
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Video of the IC-9100 roofing filter options How they are installed and some internal shots of the IC9100 And how the filters are selected from the front panel.
Views: 11726 britindus
Using Facebook wall post filters
 
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Not seeing all the post form friends and pages. You may have your settings wrong.
Views: 952 Michael Fanning
How to clean an air exchanger in your home
 
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These units bring in fresh air while expelling stale air and warm the incoming air. These units are supposed to be cleaned at least once a year with the smaller filters every 3 months..... don't forget to clean or replace the filter in your kitchen(not shown) and your bathroom exhaust covers
Views: 156329 steve45ca
Adding Sorting Filter to your Category Pages
 
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This video displays how to add a sorting filter to your category pages and how to configure it. See the final result at http://yoga-blocks.co/ Learn more at http://www.datafeedr.com/
Views: 691 Datafeedr
Pixlr: The Filter Menu
 
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Jeff Wood, Computer Applications Training Coordinator discusses Pixlr: The Filter Menu.
Views: 2612 CSUExtension
Excel Video 2 Sorting a Pivot Table
 
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Today's video shows how to sort both values and labels in a Pivot Table. You'll see how to sort ascending (A-Z) and descending (Z-A) amounts, and I'll also show you how to manually sort data that you may need sorted in a way other than ascending or descending. Next time we'll filter the same data and look at several filtering options.
Views: 35835 PivotTableGuy
How to add a product filter bar to your Ecommerce Templates product page
 
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The product filter bar allows customers to filter your product listings by the criteria you set in through the control panel.
Views: 1946 EcommerceTemplates
Sorting and filtering in Calc - Part 2
 
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http://openofficevideo.com Transcript: Welcome to OpenOffice video. I am Maarten and I am going to show you how to filter data using Calc. In a previous video, part 1 of this 2-parter, I showed you how to use the Data-Sort function. There's another way to search through large amounts of data which is filtering. We have the same data spreadsheet here again, and first we have to activate the filter. We go to Data, and Filter, and you have "Standard Filter", "Advanced Filter". For now, we will just use the "AutoFilter" which is usually all you need. Now you see, because I selected the whole table it is filtering all of them and how can you see this - there are little boxes with a down arrow in every column in the first row. So it suggests all the data is used, this is the header row, which in this case is correct. Now what we can do is we can, for instance, click this drop down and select the values that you want. It searches the column and all the values that are in there once, will be displayed. Now since this is the month column, each month is there only once so you see all the values here. But if we look at the Sales drop down box, we see that all the values are here but since few of the values are doubles -there are 2 months with sales of 10, 20 is also in there three times,if I want to see all the months which have the sales amount of 10,I just select this. Here you see it selects January and September. You can see it hasn't actually changed the data because the row numbers here -1,2, skip to 10, skip to 13, so you can see there's actually something there. Also the AutoFilter option gives an arrow to indicate something is happening. And if you want to go back to normal because we have seen January, September, we click to All and if want to see the Profit in the months with the number of Profit 2, and you can also say now I want to, with the months of Profit 2, I want a combination of the month with Profit 2 and Sales 20. This is of course - I am going to set them back to All - with a small dataset like this, this is a bit silly. But if you have a large datasets for example an address file where you want to select everybody within a certain city and then all the boys in a certain city, etc., this can be very useful. Alright, now to neatly close this up. Let's just disable the filter function again. First we select the whole and we go to Data, we go to Filter, you can see there's a mark in front of AutoFilter to indicate it's activated, and we click on it to deactivate it again. Alright, this was Part 2 of Sorting and Filtering. I hope you enjoyed this video. If you have any questions please leave them in the comments. You can also subscribe to OpenOffice video by using our RSS, by following our email updates, or by Twitter and you can also subscribe to the YouTube channel if you are watching this via YouTube. Thank you for watching, and until next time, bye.
Views: 13906 openofficevideo
Renovation in ARCHICAD - Customize renovation filters
 
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ArchiCAD 15 New Features - Renovation Customize renovation filters In this video, we will show how to customize and manage default renovation filters or create new ones. More information http://www.graphisoft.com/products/archicad http://www.graphisoft.com Download ArchiCAD for free: https://myarchicad.com/
Views: 5805 ARCHICAD
What is a Recirculating Range Hood?- What is a Ductless Range Hood?
 
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http://www.prolinerangehoods.com/ When a ducted range hood is not possible, your best choice for kitchen ventiation is a ductless range hood by ProLine Range Hoods. Our recirculating filtration system filters and cleans the air from your cooking in an inexpensive yet efficient way that ensures your cooking environment remains pleasant and odor free. Our filtrations system is just as effective as the proprietary and expensive filters sold by other companies yet costs up to 95% less than our leading competitors' systems.
Views: 137980 Proline Range Hoods
Filtering HTTP Traffic with Wireshark in Ubuntu Linux
 
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How to filter and capture web traffic with Wireshark over wlan0 in Ubuntu Linux TO BE CONTINUED...
Views: 11506 Jeremy Engram
Microsoft Access Multi-Field Search Form
 
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In this tutorial you will learn how to build a multi-field search form for your Microsoft Access database. We will start with a simple table containing customers. We will then build an unbound form with text boxes on it to allow the user to enter in search criteria. For example, you can see customers with a last name of "smith" who are from "buffalo". Finally, we will build a query using Forms!FormName!FieldName notation to read in the search criteria. We will use the LIKE keyword with wildcard characters so that any search fields left blank are ignored. For more information on this topic, visit http://www.599cd.com/tips/access/multi-field-search-form-like/?key=YouTube
2. MySQL PHP Search Programming : Build the HTML Search Form with Filter List
 
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Form Code: http://www.developphp.com/video/PHP/Build-the-HTML-Search-Form-with-Filter-Select-List Part 2 of MySQL PHP Search Programming Exercises for database driven web sites. Search pages that allow advanced targeting and filtering of information. Learn to build HTML Search Forms and Advanced Search Filters, Various MySQL Search Query Methods, Joined Table Queries Targeting Multiple Tables, Natural Language Full-Text Search Queries, Boolean Full-Text Search Queries and discuss fine tuning your search programming and adjusting search parameters.
Views: 91518 Adam Khoury
Basic settings & customizing the screens
 
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Find it EZ is fast and simple to configure.  This demo will demonstrate how to quickly add Projects using the Project Manager, edit a Project’s Settings, switch between Projects, choose which sources to scan, and change the User Options. Projects contain the settings used for a search. Using Projects gives you the ability to quickly search different directories, languages, databases, and reports. You may add a new Project either by using the Search Assistant, or by using Manage Projects. Click Projects, click Manage Projects, then click Add. In the resulting text box, enter a name for the new Project, and click OK. To edit your new Project’s settings, click Edit. In the Folder and File Settings tab, you may add as many directories as you wish to search by clicking Add under the Search Path(s) field. You may add directories by either using the folder browser, or by typing in the directory path. You may also choose whether or not to recursively search all sub-directories, and whether to explicitly include or exclude the directory contents in each search. To add any filters for files you wish to exclude, click Add under the Exclude File(s) field. Fully qualified filenames or wildcard patterns may be used. Click on any of the listed Programming Languages to modify the file extensions to be included in a syntax aware search. You may also set your preferred application to instantly edit or view results in full context. To add a custom file extension to a programming language’s settings, click Add under the File Extensions Searched field. Enter the file extension to be searched, and click OK. To change the editor or IDE which opens this type of language file, click one of Find it EZ Code Viewer, Windows default editor, or Selected Application. To search an Access database, click on Access under Databases. Note the alert prompting for required information. You may disable this hint by checking "Do not show this message again". Enter the path and file name of the Microsoft Access database file, and its password, if one exists. Click Test Connection to verify that the provided information is correct. You can select what database information you wish to search by checking options in the Search section. You may also select your preferred editor for opening search results. To add any other of type of database, such as SQL Server, click on the database type under Databases. Add the Service or Instance, Port Number if it is non-standard, the username and password of a user with read access, and the name of the Database to search. If known, you may enter the database name directly, or select it from a list by opening the database browser. Click Test Connection to verify that the credentials you have provided are correct. Select what type of database information you wish to search and note that for all databases, you can also improve search times and reduce false positives by choosing subsets of objects to search. For example, to limit which tables to search for data, click the Data tab, click Refresh, and select which of the Available Tables you wish to search, or alternatively, type the name of the table you wish to add in the Filter text-box, adding an asterisk for any wildcard pattern matches. The Active Project is the project whose settings are currently being used to complete searches. Setting which Project is active is simple. Within Manage Projects, highlight the project you wish to make active by clicking it, and click Set Active. Alternatively, click Projects, and select the Project you wish to make active from the list. Before you search, you must choose which sources to scan. Under Scan Sources, select all the sources you wish to scan at this point. These can be easily changed before or between each search. To edit your User Options, click Tools, then click User Options. Here you can change how the application behaves. The On Startup section controls actions on Startup. Under Performance, you can choose whether or not to enable multi-threaded searching, and define how many searches to do simultaneously. The Results section allows you to automatically expand the details of each search result. You may chose to turn various Tips and Hints off once you are familiar with using Find it EZ. Use scan options to further customize each search with syntax aware filters, wildcards or regular expressions. The maximum number of source items scanned simultaneously is based on user option settings demonstrated earlier. For more information about Find it EZ, visit https://www.finditez.com.  To download your free trial, go to https://www.finditez.com/members/#downloads.  Start building better code today!
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Final Cut Pro 7 Ch 5 Basic Effects: Applying Filters
 
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Get the complete lesson at http://www.totaltraining.com. find out about more lessons on Twitter @totaltraining or http://www.Facebook.com/total-training. Order today and save 20% using coupon code tt_social. Total Training for Apple Final Cut Pro 7: Select Topics is a collection of tutorials that address some of the fundamentals of setting up and using Apple Final Cut Pro 7. Presenter Kevin McAuliffe, who teaches Final Cut Studio at the Toronto Film College, will show you how you can get started using this powerful editing tool. The tutorials begin with setting up the install & troubleshooting common FCP7 problems. Then you'll launch the application, get a brief overview of the interface, discover how to use Easy Setup, and review user preferences, system settings and the menus. Once you are up and running, you'll move on to the basics of editing and working with effects. You'll learn how to setup a new sequence, import clips, and work with a timeline, editing in the clips and linking them, reviewing the editing tools and keyboard shortcuts. You'll also learn about adding motion effects, how to apply filters, the difference between realtime and non-realtime effects, how to add generators and work with text, and review Safe RT extreme. By the time you are done with these tutorials you will have fundamental understanding of how to get up and running, basic editing techniques, and how to add effects to your projects.
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CCIE Wireless v2: mesh configuration basics
 
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This video shows how to configure a basic 2 mesh AP network, one RAP, one MAP, with BGN and AP authorization (MAC filter and AP authorization).
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Reef Aquarium Filtration Options
 
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Educational Information on different reef aquarium filtration options, from DIY, to custom built, to manufactured by major companies. By NewYorkSteelo.
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