1. Create a dynamic query. Note: Instead of creating a new query, you can edit the default query and save it with a new name.
    1. To search the entire database, do not use any filters on the Criteria tab of the query. To search through a specific group of records, use the appropriate filters.
    2. On the Output tab of the query, select the field(s) to include in the search results
    3. On the Sort tab of the query, select the field(s) to sort by
    4. Click Save and Close to save and close the query 
  2. Click Records on the navigation bar
  3. Click the appropriate record type to search for
  4. Click Open a [record type]
  5. Click the binoculars button next to the Search using query field

    Search using query field with the binoculars icon circled
     
  6. Search for and select the query created in step 1. The query name now appears in the Search using query field.
  7. Enter criteria in the fields on the Open screen or enter an asterisk (*) in the Last/Org name field to search for all records in the query
  8. Be sure "Use enhanced search" is not marked
  9. Click Find Now to begin the search
  10. To restore the default search query, click 'The search query is not the default. Click here to reset.' which appears below the results list.

    The search query is not the default. Click here to reset.
     

Note: Including a one-to-many field, such as phone number, may cause records to duplicate in the search results.