Deleting rows with no values/or unwanted data

When exporting out a transaction detail or summary from the general ledger, no matter the reporting system, there are usually lots and lots of extra lines that need to be removed.


First step is to find a field in your data that you can sort on. In my example, I use the JENumber (journal entry #). I know that sorting on this field will put the total fields up top and at the bottom. The raw transaction detail I need is in the middle.

I delete the yellow lines and I am left with only the transaction details. At this point, I could do a pivot table or subtotals.