Once you have your found set then add this step:
Replace Field Contents [ target field is your new field ; result is whatever you wish, can be 1. If text you must wrap in quotes. ]
Is this multi-user or might other Users also want to tag their own records? If so, this is called tagging and it is not a good approach because if another User tags records then that becomes your tagged set. If tagging, it is best to gather the IDs of the found set instead.
Cool, Will try this and let you know.
Whle we are on the subject, I had been trying to use Set Field.
Why is Replace Field Contents the preferred way?
Also, on Replace Field Contents, what is the repetition box for in the Specifiy Field Window.
You won't use the repetition box in this instance; that is for repetition fields.
Set Field is used when you want to set a field in one record. Replace Field Contents replaces the data in ALL records of a found set. If you wanted, you could have looped through the records and changed each record individually (via script) as:
Perform Find [ Restore ]
Set Field [ your field ; your value (including calculations) ]
Go To Record/Request/Page [ next ; exit after last ]
If you run Replace Field Contents and the file is being served, you run into record-locking issues with other users so keep that in mind. :^)