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Using Browse Column Filter
You can filter the results in a column using the browse column filter. Each column includes a filter so that you can refine the browse to display the data of interest.
In a browse column header, click the funnel icon.
A pull-down list displays the items displayed for the column along with options for (All), (Custom), (Blanks), and (NonBlanks).
To filter the column to display all data, choose (All). This is the default.
To filter the column according to some custom criteria, choose (Custom).
To filter the column to include only blank items, choose (Blanks).
To filter the column to display everything except blank items, choose (NonBlanks).
To filter the column for a particular item, select the item from the list.
Defining a Custom Browse Column Filter
1 In a browse column header, click the funnel icon.
2 To filter the column according to some custom criteria, choose (Custom).

Browse Column Custom Filter
The Enter filter criteria pop-up menu displays.
By default, the menu includes an initial criteria. You can add additional criteria by clicking the Add a condition button.
3 In the left-hand Operand column, select an operation. You can select the following:
Equals
Does not equal
Less than
Less than or equal to
Greater than
Greater than or equal to
Like
Matches regular expression
Starts with
Contains
Ends with
Does not start with
Does not contain
Does not end with
Does not match
Not like
4 In the right-hand Operand column, choose the item to which you want to apply the operation.
Note: You can use the symbol * as a wildcard. If you want to search for the * character, precede with a backslash ( \* ). If you want to search for the backslash character, use two backslashes (\\).
5 Click OK.