I have a folder and I'm trying to search only specific files so that I can delete them in one click and I can't seem to find a quick way to do this. Any method I try in Finder still involves weeding out files I don't want. The files I'm searching go: V1***.jpg (ex: V1000.jpg, V1234.jpg, etc.) and I'm trying to just get the ones that go V1*3*.jpg. Normally in Windows Explorer, I would search V1*3*.jpg and it'll give me a result with all the files so that I can do a select all and delete. Finder in OS X doesn't seem to allow me to use wildcards? Perhaps there's a different way to get the results I'm after?