Sorting and Filtering Help
You can sort the list by any of the columns by clicking on the up and down arrows.
There are two ways you can filter the information, ie search for the specific information you are interested in.
The top left hand search box operates on the whole table. It will search through all the records and all the columns for a match on the data you enter. For example, enter "1989" in the date column selction box and only dances called in 1989 will be selected. Enter "May 1989" in the date column selction box and only dances called in May 1989 will be shown. If you enter "sun" it will find all the records for dances called on "Sunday" as well as records for when and where the dances "Sun Assembly", "Rising Of The Sun" and "Sunset Limited" were called. To remove a global search just delete the characters you have entered in the Global Search box. The global search is an "OR" search across all the columns.
You can also filter on individual columns, or combinations of columns. This is an "AND" search, ie the search criteria have to be valid in all the columns being searched.
The filter boxes for the colums are located immediately under the column title. There are two type of filter box. Those with a creamy colour are free text input boxes (just like the global serach box). Light blue filter boxes (also have a drop-down arrow) are selection filters. When you click in the selection box or on the drop down arrow at the right-hand end of the selection box, a drop down list of values will appear (NB. you can only select one value in each column).You can clear all the column filters by clicking on the [Clear Column Filters] button at the top of the table. To clear individual column selections click in the blank area at the top of the drop down list.