Visual QuickStart Guide [Electronic resources] : Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger نسخه متنی

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Visual QuickStart Guide [Electronic resources] : Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger - نسخه متنی

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The Search Field

The Finder's Search field appears in the top-right corner of a Finder window's toolbar (Figure 1 ). You can use it to initiate a search based on item name or contents. Simply enter a word or phrase in the field and Mac OS X displays a list of matches.

Figure 1. The Search field appears in the toolbar of a Finder window.

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    A window's toolbar must be displayed to use the Search field. If the toolbar is not displayed, click the toolbar control button (Figure 1 ) to display it.

To find files with the Search field


Click in the Search field of a Finder window to position the blinking insertion point there (Figure 1 ).


Enter the word or phrase you want to search for (Figure 2 ).

Figure 2. When you enter a search word, Mac OS X immediately begins displaying search results.

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As soon as you begin typing, the window turns into a Searching window. Mac OS begins displaying results sorted by item type (Figure 2 ).


    You can specify a search location by clicking one of the location buttons above the search results in the Searching window (Figure 2 ). I tell you more about search locations on the next page.

    Remember, the search feature searches by name or contents. If you're not sure of a file's name, search for some text you expect to find in the document.

    Figure 3 shows an example.

    Figure 3. Remember, the search feature searches by contents, too. In this example, I found two other letters by searching for the word

    Dear - which appears as part of the text in most letters - rather than

    letter .

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