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Author: woodg Big red star, 1000 posts Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 80  
Subject: Re: Using the MG groups Date: 9/9/2001 9:20 PM
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Then create and save 31 scans

I think you might not have to do that anymore, with the current version of TC-2000 that supports sub-list filtering.

You can create just the 1 easy scan using whatever criteria you like.

Then select an industry sub group, right click in the watchlist drop down box, and select "sub list". From there you can select the 1 easy scan which will filter the industry sub-group by the easy scan.

As you change watchlists, they will all continue to be filtered by the easy scan, until you right click again and turn off the filtering.

I think this has the same effect as creating the 31 scans. I have not created the 31 scans nor have I used the sub-list filter all that much, but I think this is a good use for it.

-Gary


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