How to Extract Data Which is Greater Than Value1 but Less Than Value2 in Excel

Sometimes in a column lists some numbers we need to filter values which are greater than one certain value and at the same time less than another value, and then extract them into another column. In this situation we can use Filter function to create number filter to filter data properly. In this article, we will show you the details to create number filter step by step.

Precondition:

See table below. If we want to extract ID which score is in level B (greater than 69 and less than 85), we need to create number filter here.

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Method: Extract Data by Create Number Filter in Excel


Step 1: Create a filter on column B. Select B1, click Data in ribbon, click Filter.

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Step 2: On B1 click Arrow button, then in filter menu click on Number Filters->Customer Filter.

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Step 3: In Customer AutoFilter dialog, select ‘is greater than’ in dropdown list 1, then enter 69 as criteria in adjacent dropdown list; check on ‘And’, select ‘is less than’ in dropdown list 2, and then enter 85 as criteria in adjacent dropdown list.

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Step 4: Click OK. Verify that matched criteria values are filtered.

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Step 5: Press F5 to trigger Go To dialog.

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Step 6: Click Special to load ‘Go To Special’ dialog, check on ‘Visible cells only’. Click OK.

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Step 7: On column A, select the visible range, press Ctrl+C to copy visible cells, then paste them in another worksheet.

Step 8: Clear filter, all rows are expanded properly. Then copy values from another worksheet back to Level B column properly. Now all IDs match level B criteria are extracted.

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