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Posted on 2016-08-03
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If I type something into the search in table view, is there a way to move to the next found record?
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by:PatHartman
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Not that I can see.  The binoculars do work the way you would expect a search to work.

The built in filter options are much more useful.  If your form/subform is in DS view, the column headers have filter dropdowns.  You can also right-click in any field to get slightly different search options.  Although this does require that you specify which column to search, you get a lot more control.
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It's worth a shot.
CTRL-F
That'll pop open the Find dialog.
Usually that's preloaded with the previously-used search parameters.
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That works Nick.
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