Picking a Person

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There are many places in Chronicle where you are asked to identify the person to associate or work with.  For example, you'll often see a screen that looks like this:

If you know the person's last name

1.

In the box, type up to four letters of the person's last name.

Don't type more than four letters of the last name; Chronicle searches based on the first four letters of the last name and then the first two letters of the first name. Thus, for Lucy Pevensie, you'd get a match if you typed 'Peve' but not if you typed 'Peven' (because the search is actually looking for PeveLu).

2.

If you have two people with similar names and typing the letters above isn't enough to identify a single name, click a name in the list underneath.

Chronicle only lists names that start with the letters you typed.

3.

When the correct name is selected, press enter or click Next to continue.

If you don't know the person's last name

1.

Click the Options button, and then pick the information you would like search by.

For example, if you were trying to find an adjustor named Tom and couldn't remember his last name, you could Search By First Name and Category.

2.

In the box that comes up, enter the information to find.

3.

If your search identifies more than one name, click a name in the list underneath.

Chronicle only lists names that start with the letters you typed.

4.

When the correct name is selected, press enter or click Next to continue.