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List Properties (Filters Tab, Report Designer)

Updated: 5 December 2005

Use the Filters tab of the List Properties dialog box to define filter options for the list.


Type or select the expression to evaluate.


Select the operator to use to compare the expression and the value.


Type the expression or value against which to evaluate the expression in Expression. The default type for Value is System.String. Use expression syntax, which starts with an equal sign (=), to enter Visual Basic expressions. For example, to enter the numeric value 10, use =10.


Displays the relationship with the filter on the next row. Enabled for one row when you start entering an expression in the next row.


Use the up arrow button to move the selected filter up in the list.


Use the down arrow button to move the selected filter down in the list.


Choose this option to delete the selected filter.

Release History

5 December 2005

Changed content:
  • Expanded Value expression description.
  • Expanded And/Or description.