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   - Specify a filter. ​   - Specify a filter. ​
   - Type in the request in the //Text// field.   - Type in the request in the //Text// field.
-  - Click the //Search// button or press the //Enter// key.+  - Click on the //Search// button or press the //Enter// key.
 The found objects are displayed in the [[results|results panel]] on the right. ​ The found objects are displayed in the [[results|results panel]] on the right. ​
  
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-Formulate you request in the //Text// field. Use the allowed characters and the asterisk sign (*). The asterisk is a wildcard that represents any combination of characters. The asterisk can be placed at the beginning, middle, or end of the request and can be used multiple times. For example, to find all MANs, select search by name, type //*man*// in the //Text// field, and click the //Find// button ​(or <​enter>​). All units whose name contains this combination of characters (both at the beginning and at the end of the name) will be found and displayed. The request is not case sensitive. ​+Formulate you request in the //Text// field. Use the allowed characters and the asterisk sign (*). The asterisk is a wildcard that represents any combination of characters. The asterisk can be placed at the beginning, middle, or end of the request and can be used multiple times. For example, to find all MANs, select search by name, type //*man*// in the //Text// field, and click on the //Search// button or press //Enter//. All units whose name contains this combination of characters (both at the beginning and at the end of the name) will be found and displayed. The request is not case sensitive. ​
  
 Another wildcard character that can be used is the question sign (?). It replaces any single character. ​ Another wildcard character that can be used is the question sign (?). It replaces any single character. ​
  
 To separate different parts of the request, use the comma (,). For instance, to find all MANs and all Ivecos, type //​*man*,​*iveco*//​. ​ To separate different parts of the request, use the comma (,). For instance, to find all MANs and all Ivecos, type //​*man*,​*iveco*//​. ​
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