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CRM 2011 - Advanced find search for multiple accounts at a time.

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I have a requirement to search for multiple accounts in the search field in the Look up records dialog box instead of searching one record at a time.

Is there any way i can do so?
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Feridun Kadir earned 500 total points
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Sadly no, the dialog box uses the search text as a single pattern.

You can in customization choose which fields are searched so for example, if you addd city then if someone searches on Paris then all records where the city is Paris are returned.
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Thanks.
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