Search items

1. Choose Librarian/Search.

2. The dialog box "Search Media Files in the Librarian" opens.

3. In the Type area, choose the type of Items to find (All types, Screen Saver Projects, Images, Animations, Videos Clips or Sounds Music, Icons, Cursors, Web)

4. In the Name area, enter a search criterion for the item's filename (blank=no search on name). Wildcards are needed to perform multi-files search. For example, to get all the PNG files with "B" as the first letter, enter "b*.PNG".

5. In the Author area, enter a search criterion for the item's author (blank=no search on author). Do not use wildcards. For example, to find the files made by John Smith, you can just enter "smith".

6. In the Keyword area, enter a search criterion for the item's keywords (blank=no search on keywords). Do not use wildcards. For example, to find the files that have the 'ball' keyword, just enter "ball". Enter the Name, the Author, the Keyword and the Description of the item.

7. In the Description area, enter a search criterion for the item's description (blank=no search on description). Do not use wildcards. For example, to find the files that contain the word 'rock' in the description, just enter "rock".

 NOTE: The "Name" is the name of file, "Author", "Keyword" and "Description" are fields that you can enter in the dialog box Librarian/Properties/Description. You can specify only one criteria per field. Blank fields will be ignored. Search is not case sensitive

 

8. Each time you launch the "Search" command, the application will create a "Found Media Files" document window.

9. You can work in each "Found Media Files" document window.