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Finding Records

Some databases contain so much information that it becomes impossible to locate specific records, or even related sets of records. Follow the directions in this task to locate your data needles without getting "pricked."

Access can search for values that match the case of the term you entered. For example, a search for "Mark" with the Match Case checkbox selected limits searches to the first name "Mark," not every single appearance of "mark" used as a noun or verb. You can also require the value you're searching for to occur anywhere in the field (the default choice), to occur at the beginning of a field, or to be the entire value in a field.


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