Search Tips - Lists


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Did you know your web browser has a built in search feature that will allow you to search a web page?
Rather than scrolling through hundreds or thousands of table rows in our lists, use your browser's search feature to jump to a specific search term.

How to search a web page with your browser

  • Go to (open) the web page you want to search
  • In Windows, Linux or Chrome browsers press CTRL + F to open up the search box
  • In Safari browsers press Command + F
  • Enter your search term in the search box
  • Use the up and down arrows in the search box to navigate through the page, jumping to each occurrence of your search term

You can also use your browser's menu to to open the search box. Look for "Find..." or "Find in page..." on your browser's menu.

How to Copy and Paste from an AAIR Table

  • Highlight the content to be copied (this can be a single field, part of a row or one or more rows)
  • In Windows, Linux or Chrome browsers press CTRL + C to copy to the clipboard
  • In Safari browsers press Command + C
  • Navigate to the location or app you want to copy to (such as Notepad, Word, etc.)
  • In Windows, Linux or Chrome browsers press CTRL + V to paste from the clipboard
  • In Safari browsers press Command + V to paste from the clipboard

AAIR Site Search

Site Search is a great place to start. The AAIR Site Search page (look for the icon in the topline menu) is indexed by Google. All the static lists (tables) are indexed. Using Site Search can get you to the proper table for your more detailed browser search. When using Site Search, if you want to search on an exact search term then place quotes around your term. i.e. Searching on John Doe returns all occurrences of both John and Doe so you get John Smith as well as John Doe. Searching on "John Doe" with quotes returns only John Doe responses.

Database Help

See the Database Help page for additional information.

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