Hi guys! I'm new to Mac, and I just bought a MBA for business use! I love how the search function works for the iTunes Library. It makes it so quick to find whatever you are looking for. I want to hear Beethoven's 3rd symphony? Takes me 3 seconds. Start to type in the search... beet sym 3 Almost certainly, the only songs left showing, will be different versions of Beethoven's 3rd Symphony. ========================= I'm looking for an app that can do this while viewing excel (XLS) files. For my job, I'm going to have my laptop with me with a HUGE list of our entire inventory. This file has useful information, like what our sale price is, to the customer. What I would really like, is to start typing into a search bar, and it literally takes all the the other files out of view that don't match the criteria...just as in iTunes. That would make it so easy on the eyes, to find parts without all the clutter on the screen. So if I know a part number for a part just used, but I need to find the price, I would go to the search bar and type for instance, 2024. And the only rows left showing would contain '2024' somewhere in their data. (Likely only a few items would contain this info, so it would be super easy to find what I'm after) ========================= The closest I've found so far is iWork. But that simply shows the results in a window at the bottom of the screen. To see more info, you still have to click on each result, and it takes you to the entry. I've also tried Libreoffice and openoffice.