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CHAPTER 32: Other Applications
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Once your password is set, you can add new passwords for just about anything or any web site. Press the Menu key and select New. Here, you can add passwords, usernames, and web addresses to help you remember all your various login information.
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Your BlackBerry can hold so much information so much different information that it can sometimes be difficult to keep track of where everything is. Thankfully, BlackBerry comes with a very comprehensive search program to help you find exactly what you are looking for. In this chapter, we will show you how to search across applications, messages and contacts and how to filter your search information to show just what you want. TIP: With the Search feature, you can find calendar events and even answer such questions as: When is my next meeting with Sarah When did I last meet with her (For this to work, you need to type people s names in your calendar events like Meet with Sarah or Lunch with Tom Wallis).
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Understanding How Search Works
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Once you get used to your BlackBerry, you will begin to rely on it more and more. The more you use it, the more information you will store within it. It is truly amazing how much information you can place in this little device. At some point, you will want to retrieve something a name or a word or phrase but you may not be exactly sure of where you placed that particular piece of information. This is where the Search feature can be invaluable. NOTE: There is also a nice search program built right into your Messages (E-mail) icon that allows you to search for Names, Subjects, and has many options. Learn how to use this built-in Messages Search on page 259.
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Finding the Search Icon (HotKey: S)
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In your Applications there is a Search Icon. If you have enabled hotkeys (see page 548), pressing the letter S will start the Search feature. From your Home screen of icons, use the trackpad to find the Search icon. It may be located within the Applications folder. NOTE: The application menu and application folder are two separate things. When you press the menu key, that gives you the menu of applications. In that menu, there are some folders as well - one of them is the Applications folder.
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Search Several Apps at Once
It is possible that the desired text or name could be in one or several different places on your BlackBerry. The Search tool is quite powerful and flexible. It allows you to narrow down or expand the icons you want to search. If you are sure your information is in the Calendar, then just check that box; if not, you can easily check all the boxes using Select All from the menu. (Figure 33-1) Click on the Search icon (or press the hotkey S) and the main Search screen opens. By default, only the Messages field is checked.
Figure 33-1. Search several apps at once
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To search all the icons for your name or text, press the Menu key, scroll to Select All, and click.
Searching for Names or Text
In the Name field, you can search for a name or an e-mail address. The Text field enables you to search for any other text that might be found in the body of an e-mail, inside a calendar event, in an address book entry, in a memo, or in a task. If you decide to search for a name, then you can either type a few letters of a name, such as Martin, or press the Menu key and choose Select Name.
Type the name
Then type a few letters to select the name from your contact list. Or press the Menu key and Click on the highlighted name. Select Name.
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If you are looking for a specific text, such as a word, phrase, or even phone number that is not in an e-mail address field, then you would type it into the Text field. When you are ready to start the search, click the trackpad and select Search.
The results of the search are displayed with the number of found entries. The image to the right shows that there were four total matches found, three in the Messages (E-mail) and one in the Contacts.
To expand your search results, click on one of the items that are shown to see more details. Click again to contract the details. NOTE: Pressing the Escape key will clear your search results and bring you back to the Search screen.
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