|Limit the number of records displayed in the Data
Table to those that match the criteria you specify. You
can zoom to, select, save, or print the filtered results in the
For example, find the rows of Road data in which Type = Major Road or Address = GROUSE DR, and highlight those features in the map.
|Find data that meets conditions that you specify. When AutoCAD Map 3D completes
the search query, it highlights the data rows in the Data
Table and the associated features on your map.
For example, search for all parcels with an area greater than five acres.
|Define attribute and spatial search criteria, combine multiple criteria to create complex searches, and search across multiple feature classes in your map. Features that meet your Search criteria are selected in the map.|
|To reduce the scope of feature layers in your map, you
can edit the query that brings in the data.
For example, if your map has an SDF layer containing all the parcels in California and you want only the parcels in San Francisco, you can edit the query so that the layer displays only the parcels you want.