After you enter data into the database, you can use the criteria form or Excel's AutoFilter feature to search for data. The criteria form lets you use comparison criteria in two ways to find records: (1) enter matching data, or (2) use comparison operators.
You can find specific records using a criteria form, which is a subset of the data form, to create a special criteria record. You enter a word, phrase, or value into the criteria record. This type of criteria is a comparison criteria.
You can also use the following wildcards, which are characters that represent information you don't know or information that is common to many records, when specifying criteria:
A question mark (?) represents ...