The Advanced Filter allows you to filter unique records and copy them to another location outside the data set.  This is useful when you want to use a filtered list for further analysis.

This can also be achieved by using a Pivot Table.  Placing a Field in the Row Labels will show unique values.  From there you can copy and paste outside the Pivot Table.

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