Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Filtering Project details
7 On the View tab, in the Data group, click the arrow next to Filter and then click More
The More Filters dialog box appears. In this dialog box, you can see all the predeined
filters for tasks (when in a task view) and resources (when in a resource view) that are
available to you.
8 Click New .
The Filter Definition dialog box appears.
9 In the Name box, type Incomplete Editing Tasks .
10 In the first row in the Field Name column, type or select Name .
11 In the first row in the Test column, select contains .
12 In the first row in the Value(s) column, type edit .
The text value is not case-sensitive. That covers the first criterion for the filter; next,
you’ll add the second criterion.
In the second row in the And/Or column, select And .
In the second row in the Field Name column, type or select Actual Finish .
In the second row in the Test column, select equals .
In the second row in the Value(s) column, type NA .
NA means “not applicable” and is the way that Project marks some fields that do not
yet have a value. In other words, any editing task that does not have an actual finish
date must be uncompleted.
Click Save to close the Filter Definition dialog box.
The new filter appears in the More Filters dialog box.