Wildcard - A wildcard is a symbol that tells the system to search for a common word or phrase. A wildcard can help you find a list of similar records or narrow a search for a record when you cannot recall its exact name.
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Use % (percent sign) as a wildcard character for searching records. The result of a wildcard search is to return all responses that match.
Show All Results - To look for a complete list of records (as compared to searching for a specific record), use the Show all results option.
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Click the down arrow next to Search.
Select Show all results.
Manage Columns - Most data entries in the system include additional information. For example, an organization listing includes its name, type, phone numbers, addresses, and more. You can choose the information to display.
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Click Manage Columns.
Select the columns you want to display.
- Click Apply.
Select the number of records to change the number of results displayed on a page.
The system maintains the applied changes only during that log in. After you log out, the system reverts to default settings.