If all assets are filed exempt, what can the Trustee sell?

According to a website, a Chapter 7 bankruptcy involves a Trustee selling some of the bankrupt person's assests, deemed non-exempt during the filing of the bankruptcy. Yet, at the Sacramento, California Self-Help Legal Center, a legal representative filed all of my Chapter 7 bankruptcy assets as completely exempt. In that case, therefore, what kinds of assets, or non-assets, for that matter, could the Trustee possibly have sold on my behalf in order to pay for the debts?
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