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In order to sort on multiple columns, you will have to select a custom sort. Now, a custom sort is different from your standard sorting ascending and descending and that you can actually specify which columns you want to sort by and you can specify multiple columns to sort by. So, in this example, we are going to sort by market first then we are going to sort by revenues. So, in this sort by drop down, I can click it and see all my available columns. I am going to select the market column and then move on to the sort on selection.
The sort on selection allows me to sort either on values, cell color, and font or cell icon. In this scenario, we are going to select the values. And then, I can sort either ascending A to Z or descending Z to A. I am going to select A to Z. Now, I am going to click the Add Level Button here and the Add Level Button allows me to select anther column. So, in this particular drop down, I am going to select revenue. I am going to sort on values and I am going to select largest to smallest. Smallest to largest will sort the numbers in ascending order while largest to smallest will assort the numbers in descending order.
So, what do I have here? I have got a situation where I am going to sort my table by market first ascending order then by revenue in descending order. Let us go ahead and press the okay button to apply the sort. Now, my table is sorted by market and then by revenue in descending order and so what I can see now is couple of pieces of information. First, because revenues are sorted in descending order I can see clearly now that in the Buffalo Market the customer called SPUCAA Corp is the biggest customer for that particular market and I can also see that the cleaning and housekeeping services is the most profitable service line for this particular market.