Remove a filter from a control

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Remove a filter from a list box, drop-down list box, or a combo box

Remove a filter from a repeating section or table

Remove a filter from a list box, drop-down list box, or a combo box

  1. Right-click the control that you want to modify, and then click Control Properties on the shortcut menu.

  2. Click the Data tab.

  3. Click Select XPath Data Source button next to the Entries box.

  4. In the Select a Field or Group dialog box, click the field or group that contains the fields that provide the values for the control, and then click Filter Data.

  5. In the Existing filters list, click the filter that you want to remove, and then click Remove.

Tip: If you want to remove a condition from an existing filter, rather than the filter itself, click the filter, click Modify, and then click Delete next to the condition that you want to remove in the Specify Filter Conditions dialog box.

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Remove a filter from a repeating section or table

  1. Right-click the Repeating Table or Repeating Section label that appears below the table or section on the form template, and then click Control Properties on the shortcut menu.

  2. Click the Display tab.

  3. Click Filter Data.

  4. In the Existing filters list, click the filter that you want to remove, and then click Remove.

Tip: If you want to remove a condition from an existing filter, rather than the filter itself, click the filter, click Modify, and then click Delete next to the condition that you want to remove in the Specify Filter Conditions dialog box.

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