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The built-in Search Box provides an easy way to search through properties.
The table below lists the main properties affecting element behavior and appearance.
CTRL+F - Moves focus to the Search Box.
ESC - Clears the Search Box.
DOWN ARROW - Moves focus from the Search Box to the data area of the grid.
In its simplest form, a search criteria consists of a single word. To search for a string containing a space character, specify this string in quotation marks. Without quotation marks, words separated by the space character are treated as individual conditions (using the OR logical operator by default).
Precede a condition with “+” to select records that match this condition. Other records will be excluded from the result. The “+” specifier allows you to implement the logical AND operator.
Precede a condition with “-“ to exclude records that match this condition from the result set.
||Selects records that contain the “register” string in any search column.|
||Selects records that contain the “check”, “register” or “Dave” strings in any search column.|
||Selects records that contain “check register” in any search column.|
||Selects records that contain both “screen” and “Richard Fisher” in search columns.|
||Selects records that contain both “data” and “entry” in search columns, excluding records that contain “mark”.|
||Selects records that contain “menu” or “mask”, excluding records that contain “file”.|
Searches performed using the Search Box are case insensitive.