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michaelmead
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Select by Comments?

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02-13-2013 10:48 AM

Is there a way to select a group of items in a view by comments or type mark?  Thanks!

Well, you can use a Schedule to select all elements based on the Comments value but you cannot, however, then narrow it down to the elements that appear in a specific View. You can create a View Filter to hide all of the other elements in that View, i.e. "Comments" does not equal [Value]. That way, it a matter of hitting V/G and unchecking the box to isolate those elements.

 

That's the best method I can think of at the moment, unless these elements also belong to a separate Workset.

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Re: Select by Comments?

02-13-2013 12:23 PM in reply to: michaelmead

Well, you can use a Schedule to select all elements based on the Comments value but you cannot, however, then narrow it down to the elements that appear in a specific View. You can create a View Filter to hide all of the other elements in that View, i.e. "Comments" does not equal [Value]. That way, it a matter of hitting V/G and unchecking the box to isolate those elements.

 

That's the best method I can think of at the moment, unless these elements also belong to a separate Workset.

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