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Microsoft Excel

Microsoft Office Excel cannot find the data...

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  Microsoft Excel 

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  Microsoft Office Excel cannot find the data you're searching for.

If you search a workbook for data you know exists, but the data is not found by the Find dialog, it is possible the data is in a filtered list. The configuration of the filtered list's search criteria is possibly preventing the data from being displayed. Filtered lists do not automatically revert to a Show All state when you attempt a search and therefore do not display the information when it is found, since the filtered list is expected to show only what it is set to display. To allow for a search of all data within a workbook, you must set the filter criteria for each filtered list to Show All prior to performing a search.
To show all data in filtered lists for an entire worksheet: click the upper left block where the numbered and lettered columns intersect to highlight the entire sheet, click Data on the menu, select Filter, and then click Show All.

Typical location
  C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\OFFICE11\

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  Windows XP

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Last update: 19-Apr-2011 4:13 am