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2. In the Find What box, type the text you want to find.
For example, type 50 if you want to search for a resource with a
standard rate of $50 or less, or laboratory if you want to find a resource
whose material label contains that word.
3. From the Look In Field list, choose the name of the field you want to
search in.
For example, to search for resources that have a maximum unit assignment
percentage of more than 100 percent, choose the Max Units field here.
4. In the Test box, select a criterion.
For maximum units of more than 100 percent, for example, this choice
would be Is Greater Than.
5. If you prefer to search backward from your current location (that is,
the currently selected cell in the task list) instead of forward, choose
Up from the Search box.
6. If you want to match the case of the text, select the Match Case
check box.
7. To begin the search, click Find Next.
8. Continue to click Find Next until you find the instance you’re
looking for.
Figure 9-3:
looking for
element in a
field that
meets a
You can use the Find feature also to find and replace an entry. For example,
if your Manufacturing department (MFG) changes its name to Production
(PDTN), you can search the Group field for the code MFG. In the Replace
dialog box that appears, click the Replace button, and type the words
PDTN, as shown in Figure 9-4. Then click the Replace button to replace
each instance one by one or click the Replace All button to replace every
instance of that entry in that field, wherever it occurs in your project.
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