How to filter data based on checkbox in Excel?
For a list with checkboxes in cells, you may need to filter out all cells which the checkboxes are checked, or filter out all cells which the checkboxes are unchecked. This article will show you method to deal with it in details.
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Please do as follows to filter data based on checkbox in Excel.
1. Right click on a checkbox, and then click Format Control from the right-clicking menu. See screenshot:
2. In the Format Control dialog box, go to the Control tab, in the Cell link box, enter a cell address which you want to link the checkbox to, and then click the OK button.
In this case, we enter cell B2 into the Cell link box. Then this check box is linked to cell B2 now.
3. Repeat the above step 1 and 2 until all checkboxes in the list are linked to corresponding cells.
4. After checking the checkbox, you can see a word “TRUE” displays in the corresponding cell. If unchecking the checkbox, the word “FALSE” will display. See screenshot:
5. Select the header cell, then click Data > Filter.
6. For filtering out all cells which the checkboxes are checked, please filter the list by TURE, otherwise, please check the list by FALSE. See screenshot:
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