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Chapter 5. Creating Data Reports > Creating an “Inverted” Search

Creating an “Inverted” Search

You probably know that you can omit records from an existing found set. However, you can also use the process of elimination to create a found set made up only of records that don't match the Find criteria. Imagine that you're projecting your average monthly sales for a bank loan. You don't necessarily want to include the month you closed up shop and snorkeled in the Bahamas, so you'd want to create a report that omitted that period from the found set.


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