The Search Query Form allows you to search for any combination of
events using a simple form based query. The results of the query are
displayed in the Search Results Form.
Note: An empty form will match all events within
the date range.
Search for: There are three lines
into which you can type any text you would like. Search will
locate all events in the database that contain the text you've
specified. You can use more than one line to refine your search using
the field names and the and/or specifiers. By default, events will
match even if the search string matches part of a word in an event.
Sort by: Select the fields by
which the results of the query should be sorted.
Date range: Only those events
that fall within (inclusive) the data range will be displayed in
the Search Results. You may check
the 'all dates' checkbox to ignore the date range and match all
events regardless of date.
Include events from merged in calendars:
Only present if this calendar has merged in other calendars, this
checkbox will instruct the program to search those events as well.
Case-sensitive search: Take account of
the upper and lower case of the search string and event text when
Match whole words only: Match only
'whole' words in the search. Precisely, words surrounded by white
space (that is tabs, spaces, new lines, at the beginning or end of
a line) will match.
Search deleted events: Include
deleted events matching the query in the results.
Include dynamically included events in results:
If this item is checked then dynamically
included events (such as holidays) will be included in the
Expand repeating events: Include all
occurrences of repeating events in the results (instead of just
the first occurrence - the default).
Verbose report: If displaying using
the List View Display use the verbose
version of the Event Display
String. Uses the terse version by default.
Use report view: Use the
Report View Display to display