StockFetcher Forums · General Discussion · Filter Help<< >>Post Follow-up
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msg #68022
Ignore Kavin
10/3/2008 9:01:25 AM

Once I save a filter, how can I go back to it (later, if needed) to adjust the parameters?

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msg #68027
Ignore heypa
10/3/2008 11:56:30 AM

Then when you find the specific filter click EDIT
Then when it comes up again. click EDIT again.
Your filter will then be in what I call the change box.
Hope this works for you. Haven't changed one in quite a while.

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