A new Microsoft Excel plugin that lets you filter and sort Excel documents in a way that’s easy for you to use and understand will likely be a hit.
It’s called Excel Filter, and it’s available for free as part of Microsoft Office 365 and Office 365 ProPlus.
The new feature lets you create Excel Filters for groups of documents and columns.
The filters can be customized and grouped to be used in Excel’s powerful Excel view.
That’s a key selling point, since the new features will make it easier to keep track of which groups of files are in your documents.
To get started, open an Excel document and click the “Filter” button on the upper right-hand corner.
You’ll be presented with a drop-down menu, which you can select the filter you want.
You can then select the file you want to filter.
You’ll then be presented a pop-up menu with a list of filter options.
For this example, we’ll be selecting the column headers and column titles from the file.
You can select all of the options, or you can just click the plus sign and add a new option.
To add the filter, simply type in the name of the filter and press Enter.
The filter is added to your Excel document, and you can use it to search for files that are in certain groups.
It looks like this:The filter also works in the “Search” and “Advanced” tabs.
If you’re a regular Excel user, you’ll be able to use the filter to narrow down your search results by file type or date.
The search can also be used to filter by file extension.
To start using the filter with Excel, you simply need to add a filter column to your spreadsheet.
Here’s how to do it:Once you’ve added the filter column, you can then use it in Excel to filter documents by specific filenames.
For example, you could filter by date using the date filter:When you’re done, click the filter button to view your results.
The filter will display the results, which should appear in a new tab or window.
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