Lesson 2: Sorting a range on multiple columns

This lesson follows on from yesterday’s “Sorting a range on one column“. Please download and extract the sample file here.

To sort on multiple columns, execute the following steps.

  • On the Data tab, click Sort

The Sort dialog box appears.

  • Select First Name from the ‘Sort by’ drop-down list.

  • Click on Add Level.

  • Select Sales from the ‘Then by’ drop-down list.
  • Click OK.


Records are sorted by First Name first and Sales second.

You have been a committed learner thus far. Next, we shall look at: SORTING A RANGE ON COLOUR

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