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FIND by Expriation Date

Discussion in 'Optigold ISP' started by Mia, May 15, 2009.

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    Hello, how can we do a FIND by expiration date specifying only the "YEAR".
    SEMrush
    A FIND fails when I search by a YEAR for example: 2001 or 01, etc. Is there a way to do this? So far only entering a specific date works.

    Thanks.
     
    Mia, May 15, 2009 IP
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    TheBang Greenhorn

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    Search for 1/1/2001...12/31/2001
     
    TheBang, Jun 4, 2009 IP
  3. Mia

    Mia R.I.P. STEVE JOBS

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    Ah no. If you used OG you would know that.
     
    Mia, Jun 5, 2009 IP
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    mcolvin Peon

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    Actually... I think he's right Jeremy.

    If you put in a date, the three periods ... and another date, it will find dates within the date ranges specified. Obviously, you would put them in the appropriate date field.

    So, 01/01/2008...12/31/2008, in the "Established Date" field, will find all accounts created between the two dates.

    Of course, the dates you use must be valid dates.

    Of course, you're not specifying JUST the year, but, technically, you are including everything within a particular year with that search...

    Obviously, you could use this for the Expiration, Termination, and Contract End date fields, as well as any other date field.
     
    mcolvin, Jun 7, 2009 IP
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    Mia R.I.P. STEVE JOBS

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    Unbelievable... Here I thought it was another one of these post count padders that lurk around here. Thanks guys.. It looked like "01/01/2008...12/31/2008", meaning, just put in the date range "01/01/2008" and "12/31/2008"

    However, "01/01/2008...12/31/2008" in the exp field seems to do it. Thanks again!!! FM is a strange bird.
     
    Mia, Jun 8, 2009 IP