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Sorting—Sort Of Easy
Figure 6–3. One place to start sorting…
And there are three sorting buttons in the Sort & Filter group on the Data tab (Figure 6–4):
Figure 6–4. …and here’s the other
3. Select the A-Z or Z-A options, representing lowest to highest, or highest to
lowest, respectively. Note the Sort & Filter option in the Editing group requires
you to click a drop-down arrow in order to reach those commands.
That’s it. And to anticipate a common question, the data— all the other adjacent data—are sorted,
too. That means that if you’re sorting these grades by test 3, in Z-A (highest to lowest) order, you’ll get
this (Figure 6–5):
 
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