The automatic filter row allows end-users to filter data on the fly by typing text directly into the row. When an end-user types the text within the row, a filter condition is automatically created based upon the values entered and applied to the column.
By default, when an end-user modifies the text within the auto filter row's cell, the filter condition for this column is immediately updated. To disable automatic updates, set the column's ColumnBase.ImmediateUpdateAutoFilter property to false. In this instance, an end-user should press the Enter key or move focus to another cell to force the updates.
To remove the filter, clear the text from the auto-filter row.
Columns provide the ColumnBase.AllowAutoFilter property that specifies whether their values can be filtered using the automatic filter row. If this property is set to false, the corresponding cell within the automatic filter row is disabled.
By default the filter condition is updated each time the user modifies text in the auto filter row. You can set the column's ColumnBase.ImmediateUpdateAutoFilter to false to disable automatic updating. This way the filter criteria will be applied when an end-user presses the Enter key or moves the focus to another cell.
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