Finding Duplicates

Duplicate items in FrameReady can cause strange behaviour, such as price changes not appearing on a Work Order.

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Deleting a Found Group of Records

When using this process it is important to note that it cannot be reversed or undone; The deletion is permanent. If you are using the Marked Box to identify the items to be deleted, it is a good idea to click

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Finding Orders or Sales by Hour, Day, Year

Want to know how many orders you took before 10 am on a Monday for a given time period? Or, how many people make payments on a specific day of the week? It’s easy! In FrameReady you can do more

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Finding Records – Working with a Found Set

When you perform a find, FrameReady searches through all the records, comparing the search criteria you specify with the data. Records with data matching the criteria become the Found Set which is the subset of records being browsed. Records that

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Finding Records Except Those Matching Criteria

You can omit records while performing a find.

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Find Feature – Overview

Every file has a Find feature built into it which allows you to search for records with a common element. 

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Finding Ranges of Information

You can find ranges of information, such as all records that contain a field value that is greater or less than a number, or between two particular dates. A range is different based on the data type: Numbers: least to

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Performing an Exact Find

If you want to do a search for one particular item, for example, one piece of matboard (e.g. B48), but you always get all the other matboard that starts with the same number (E.g. B4830, B4831, etc.) do the following:

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Perform Find By Date

Entering dates or range of dates in a Find

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Perform Find – Multiple Requests

How to Perform a Multiple Find

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Entering Values in a Find

When performing a find with number values, you can use the greater than sign (>) or the less than sign (<) (E.g. To find all values less than $500, enter: <500 or to find all values greater than $500, enter:>500).

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Omit Find Feature

You can also do a find and then do a second request to omit certain records from your find. For example, in your Keywords you may have two items listed: Landscapes and Mail Not Active. You want to do a

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