The Find command searches for a specific task or resource that meets the criteria you specify.
Application searches only tasks or resources that are not filtered out in the current view.
If cannot find the task or resource you specify, it beeps and displays a message telling you that it cannot find a matching task or resource.
Select the field you want to search. Searches the contents of this field for all of the tasks or resources in the current view.
Finds tasks or resources whose field contents exactly match the value.
Finds tasks or resources whose field contents do not exactly match the value.
Finds tasks or resources whose field contents contain the value. If the value is part of a word, date, or number, Contains will find the task or resource.
Finds tasks or resources whose field contents do not contain the value.
Type the numbers, dates, or text that you want to find.
You can use wildcards as part of the value when the test is Equals or Not Equals. The asterisk wildcard can appear at the end of text. The question mark wildcard can appear anywhere within the text. For example, all of the following are valid values:
Install * Clock? ???-401*
If you want to search for a wildcard, type a caret (^) in front of the character. For example, to search for the task "Mark all artifacts with an *", type with an ^*.
Choose to search forward from the current selection toward the end of the project.