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:
Does not equal
Less than or equal to
Greater than or equal to
Matches regular expression
Does not start with
Does not contain
Does not end with
Does not match
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.