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List View Lookup

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I upgraded to the 2010 version. 

 

With my previous version I was able to find a company contact by simply typing in the first few letters of the company name.  For example if I typed MICRO it would automatically start my viewing with all the companies starting with MICRO.  If I type in M-I-C-R-O now will show all that start with 'O', since 'O' was the last letter I typed.  If I type 'M' it will bring me to the first record starting with 'M' and then I have to scroll though to find MICRO.

 

Any advice?

 

Casey

Message Edited by casey_nicholls on 11-25-2009 07:13 AM
Message Edited by casey_nicholls on 11-25-2009 07:14 AM
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Re: List View Lookup

I'm jumping on the thread as I would also like to know the answer to this if anyone has it.  Or do we need to put it in a feature request?

 

John Purdy
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Re: List View Lookup

I'm jumping in also. Someone needs to put this in as a Feature Request.

Nickel Contributor
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Re: List View Lookup

Click on the Options button at the right of the list view toolbar (the one with the Edit Mode checkbox, etc.) and check Show Look For.

Gilles Cavin
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