How to Make a Find Request in Access [Solved]

How to Make a Find Request in Access

Filemaker LogoTo find records, work in Find mode. You type search criteria (the value or values to find) into fields in a find request, which looks like a blank record. When you perform the find, FileMaker Pro searches for records that match the criteria you entered. Matching records replace any previous found set.
To make a find request:
1.
Switch to Find mode by clicking Find in the status toolbar.
2.
From the Layout pop-up menu, select a layout that contains the fields you want to search for.
If necessary, you can change layouts and enter criteria on more than one layout.
3.
In the find request, select a text, number, date, time, timestamp, or calculation field to use for finding, and then type a value in the field.
You can use the Insert Operators list in the layout bar to help you enter criteria.
You can click Omit to exclude records matching a specific set of criteria.
4.
Click Perform Find.
Your find request returns a found set of records.The light green area of the pie chart Pie chartin the status toolbar indicates the portion of the total records displayed.
Tips
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You can click the pie chart to toggle between your found set and the omitted records in the database. When all records are displayed, the pie chart is a solid color.
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You can see the last several find requests you have performed in a Recent Finds list.
To access a list of recent finds:
1.
Do one of the following:
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In Find mode, click Saved Finds.
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In Browse mode, click the down arrow next to Find (Windows), or click and hold Find (Mac OS).
2.
Choose a find request from the Recent Finds list.

Credit: http://www.filemaker.com/help/html/find_sort.5.3.html