You can perform a quick find to search across fields in a layout. Or, you can perform a more complex find in Find mode.
You can create a new find request to specify data you want to find. You can also specify data you want to omit. For example, you can find all invoices except those created in the past 30 days.
In the find request, enter the criteria you want to search for in a field. For example, to find records where the City is New York, tap the City field and type New York.
See below for find operators that you can use to specify criteria.
Specify additional criteria. For example, you can perform a search where the City field is New York OR Paris.
For information on advanced search options, see Modify a Search.
After a search, swipe with two fingers or tap the arrows to scroll through the records.
You can use the following operators in Find mode. The only operator supported by quick find is double quotation marks (" ").
|=||match whole word (or match empty)|
|==||match entire field|
|!||find duplicate values|
|<=||less than or equal to|
|>=||greater than or equal to|
|?||invalid date or time|
|@||any one character|
|#||any one digit|
|*||zero or more characters|
|\||escape next character|
|""||match phrase (from word start)|
|*""||match phrase (from anywhere)|
|~||relaxed search (Japanese only)|