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How to provide data input with one colum table.

I'm looking to do the following within a Table Filter:

Fuctions Table

  • EHS
  • Engineering
  • Sourcing

All of this wrapped in Page Properties. Output for the page properties cell called Functions:

  •  Sourcing

Thanks in advance.

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Oct 27, 2023

Hi @Bruce Fratto ,

Not sure that I've got your idea: are the EHS, Engineering and Sourcing column names of the table that you've got inside each Page Properties macro? And when you build your Page Properties Report you get these three columns but want to show only the Sourcing column?

If this is the case, you may wrap your Page Properties Report macro in the Table Filter macro and hide the unwanted columns: 

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