Using 'enter' to execute a search
You can use the enter key on your keyboard to execute a search, but only if your cursor is located in a search field. If your last action was to select an option from a dropdown menu, you'll need to click back into a search field for the search to execute using the enter key.
Searching for a place/object record 'owned' by a listing organisation
The records in VHD are owned by a number of diffferent organisations. This includes the Heritage Council of Victoria, local councils, the National Trust and the Victorian War Heritage Inventory. This may mean that a single place or object has multiple records, as each record owner maintains their own record for a particular place/object. For example, a place may be on the Victorian Heritage Register, as well as having a non-statutory National Trust listing.
To search for a place or object record 'owned' by a particular organisation, select the record owner from the dropdown list. You can search for more than one record owner by holding down the control key on your keyboard, and then selecting the listing owners to you wish search on.