How do I find files based part of filename?

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Hello

I want find any file that contain “EAT"

I expect see in result :
Browbeat, Reattack, Feather, Greaten, Repeating, Eat, Weathercock, ......

If type Eat spotlight search any filename start with eat

What must type in spotlight search filed?


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Simple way:
Command-F
Select "Name" in dropdown, "contains" in second dropdown, eat in text box.
"contains" makes it act like a wildcard.

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Thanks Craig. As usual I had a round about way of explaining that. Glad I didn't post it.
 
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Simple way:
Command-F
Select "Name" in dropdown, "contains" in second dropdown, eat in text box.
"contains" makes it act like a wildcard.

thanks dear cradom


you are smart


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