Excel allows you to filter cell data using the Filter, AutoFilter menu item. You can also access and create AutoFilter objects through VBA code. This module contains examples to access, modify, and use these AutoFilter objects.
|(Declarations)||Declarations||Declarations and private variables for the modSnippetAutoFilter module.|
|HTAutoFilter||Procedure||Show how to implement an AutoFilter on a table of data.|
|HTRestoreAutoFilters||Procedure||Show how to restore filters saved by the HTSaveAutoFilters() procedure.|
|HTSaveAutoFilters||Procedure||Show how to save the current Worksheet filters to memory in anticipation of making a change to filters.|
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