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OpenOffice Tutorial: Sort query results with multiple columns/fields

How-To: OpenOffice Tutorial: Sort query results with multiple columns/fields
  1. It is possible to set the sorting order of query results based on multiple columns or fields.
  2. To do this, click here on the "Sort" button once. Look for the icon with an "A" above a "Z."
  3. The sort order window should open.
  4. Now, select the first field name you want to sort the results by. Just click on this down-arrow...
  5. ...and then click on the field name you want.
  6. Then, you can choose the sort order here for that field by clicking on this down arrow.
  7. When the list opens, choose if you want the field to be sorted in ascending or descending order. Click on the option once.
  8. Afterwards, repeat the process for the next fields you want the results to be sorted by. Just select their field name and then the sort order.
  9. Once you're done, just press "OK"
  10. Great! These results have been set a sort order.
  11. Congratulations! You have learned how to sort query results with multiple columns

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Sort query results with multiple columns/fields

This screencast demonstrates how to sort query results with multiple columns/fields. You learn:

  • How to open the sort order window.
  • How to sort query results using multiple fields.

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