Commit 44b472f8 authored by Jukka-Pekka Iivonen's avatar Jukka-Pekka Iivonen Committed by jpekka

Added figures.

2001-11-01  Jukka-Pekka Iivonen  <jiivonen@hutcs.cs.hut.fi>

        * filter.sgml: Added figures.
parent c0f1addc
2001-11-01 Jukka-Pekka Iivonen <jiivonen@hutcs.cs.hut.fi>
* filter.sgml: Added figures.
* autocorrect.sgml: Added figures.
* autosave.sgml: Added a figure.
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2001-11-01 Jukka-Pekka Iivonen <jiivonen@hutcs.cs.hut.fi>
* filter.sgml: Added figures.
* autocorrect.sgml: Added figures.
* autosave.sgml: Added a figure.
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`Profit' you could type `>=1000'. The tool selects only rows
that match all the criteria.</para>
<figure id="advanced-filter-1-figure">
<title>Worksheet containing the table to be filtered and a
simple criteria.</title>
<screenshot>
<graphic fileref="images/advanced-filter-1.png"></graphic>
</screenshot>
</figure>
<para>It is possible to have many conditions for a single label.
For example, you can select the departments whose profit is
either very high or very low. To do this, type, for example,
`<=0' below the `>=1000' condition.</para>
`<=0' below the `>=40000' condition.</para>
<figure id="advanced-filter-2-figure">
<title>Criteria for selecting rows whose `Profit' column is between
0 and 40000.</title>
<screenshot>
<graphic fileref="images/advanced-filter-2.png"></graphic>
</screenshot>
</figure>
<para>To start the tool, select ``Advanced Filter'' from the
``Data'' menu. It brings you the advanced filter dialog. In the
dialog, select the action you want to take.</para>
<figure id="advanced-filter-dialog-figure">
<title>The Advanced Filter dialog.</title>
<screenshot>
<graphic fileref="images/filter.png"></graphic>
</screenshot>
</figure>
<para>``Filter in-place'' writes the new table in-place. Note
that you will loose all the rows in the table that will not match
the criteria. ``Copy to a new location'' copies the selected
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