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When you create a new transformation scenario or edit an existing one, a configuration dialog box allows you to customize the transformation with various options in several tabs.

The Filters tab allows you to add filters to remove certain content elements from the generated output.

Figure: Edit Filters Tab

You can choose one of the following options to define filters:
Use DITAVAL file
If you already have a DITAVAL file associated with the DITA map, you can specify the file to be used when filtering content. You can specify the path by using the text field, its history drop-down, the Insert Editor Variables button, or the browsing tools in the Browse drop-down list. You can find out more about constructing a DITAVAL file in the DITA Documentation.
Attention: If a filter file is specified in the args.filter parameter (in the Parameters tab), that file takes precedence over a DITAVAL file specified here.
Use profiling condition set
Sets the profiling condition set that will be applied to your transformation.
Exclude from output all elements with any of the following attributes
By using the New, Edit, or Delete buttons at the bottom of the pane, you can configure a list of attributes (name and value) to exclude all elements that contain any of these attributes from the output.