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Use Advanced Search.

Advanced Search is placed at the top of the Find menu and for good reason. This option provides you one of the best methods for searching through the Media Browser. In one window, you can search for Newest/Oldest photos, photos rated with star ratings, Keywords tags, People tags, Places tags, and Events tags.

Choose Find→Using Advanced Search, and the Media Browser display changes. The panes are scrollable so that you can locate all the tagged items in the four panes. Select the check boxes for the items you want to search and the Media Browser dynamically updated to display the photos meeting the conditions you checked in the Advanced Search window.

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