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Objects are continually being added to the Online Collection.
Find artists featured in the Online Collection organized alphabetically by last name. Not all artists in the Phoenix Art Museum collection are currently represented in the Online Collection.
Multi-state objects in Adobe Captivate are a powerhouse of possibilities to create interactions with absolute ease.
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Along the way, she will share the tips and tricks of making the most of multi-state objects in Adobe Captivate.
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The Advanced Search option allows you to search on specific types of information using multiple criteria to narrow down your search results. At the top of the page you can change from one view to another. Click on the image to see an enlarged Detail View (when available). See a larger image (where available) of an individual object and all currently available information.
Browse objects in a list with the title, date, artist, medium, and a small image. Use Advanced Search to find objects that meet specific criteria.
Enter part or the full name of the artist, designer, or design house in ‘First Name Last Name’ format.
To update, add, or remove a nested object, we have to reindex the whole document.
It’s important to note that, the result returned by a search request is not the nested object alone; it is the whole document.
Search the collection by typing in a keyword such as part of the artist name or title.
All objects matching the keyword(s) anywhere in the object records will appear in the results.
Not only that, because of the way that nested objects are indexed, joining the nested documents to the root document at query time is fast—almost as fast as if they were a single document.