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November 26, 2007

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Select the item in the Comparison Field from the dropdown list in the standard filter, then type what you want in the other field.

Thank you so much, this is the only page I've found that explains this. Is there any easier way to do it now with OpenOffice 3?

Hi Adam,

I'm afraid not, but it does get easier.

Thanx, this came in handy today.

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