Scroll Through Highlighted Hits to Find the Next Occurrence

The X1 Professional Client highlights search terms typed into the main Search Field (located at the top of the Professional Client interface), or any of the refine fields below the main search field. The first term you type in the General Search Field, or any of the refining columns, highlights in orange. Each additional term highlights in a different color.

Search term highlighting can be very helpful when you want to know whether a particular word or phrase appears in any of your emails or documents such as Powerpoint presentations, excel files and PDFs. For any term(s) you search, you will be able to scroll through the document in the Preview Pane and easily pick out each occurrence of the highlighted term.

 

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To scroll through highlighted hits to find the next occurrence of a found word:

1. Click inside the X1 preview pane

2. Use the plus (+) and minus (-) keys. The plus key will jump to the next highlighted hit. The minus key will jump to the previous highlighted hit.

 

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You can also jump to new search terms in the current document being previewed. Click inside the X1 preview pane and then:


1. For Files/Documents, press CTRL+ALT+F on your keyboard to bring up the Windows search box. The search box will allow the viewer to jump        

    to the new search term that you specify.

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2. For all other items (Emails, Contacts, Calendar and Tasks), press CTRL+F on your keyboard to bring up the Window search box. The search  

    box will allow the viewer to jump to the new search term that you specify.
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For instance: assume a friend of yours sent an email to you a few months ago regarding vacation plans in Tahiti. You could search for the term ‘Tahiti’ in the General Search box, then search for your friend’s name in the ‘From’ refining column.


X1 Professional Client highlights each occurrence of ‘Tahiti’ in your email, and each occurrence of your friend’s name in the ‘From’ refining column or in the body of the email, so that you may quickly locate the specific email you are looking for.
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