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Exiting Sub-Rules in Smart Collections

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Once you've created a sub-rule in a Smart Collection by holding Option/Alt and clicking on the + symbol, how do you get back to the regular-level rules to add another one? I couldn't find a way to do that. Or do you just need to make sure to create any sub-rules last, so that they are the last entries in your definition of a smart collection?
 

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A [click] on a top line [ + ] should do it!
Your example- [Click] on the [ + ] on the line for "Keywords/Contains/Architecture".
Or even [click] on the [ + ] on the line where you clip shows- "Any of the following are true"
 
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