Ah yes, I didn't mention that bit on my addition to #46062. A workaround
for that case is:
- Select "Standard Filter..." rather than any tick boxes
- Set the "Field name" to "- none -"
- Click "OK"
I notice you've mentioned on #46062 that Excel includes a "(blanks)"
option. That's the kind of thing I was thinking, but not sure how to
avoid confusion with a filter for cells literally containing "(blanks)".
How does Excel handle that? Do you get two seemingly identical entries -
one to filter for blank cells and one for cells containing the string
"(blanks)" - or is the one for blank cells unambiguously different in
Rob Jasper wrote:
The same inconsistency also makes that if one filter on the only one value available by filtering
on 'Not empty', and subsequently deletes the value fro the visible rows, it is impossible to switch
off the selection (since 'All' doesn't work as being really all).
I opened [Bug 81577] for this.
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