No required to use == in script
after find mode
set field(Feield name="=" name )
then perform find.
I think u must got ans after this.
After the Pause step, use a set Field step to modify the field by adding the two == operators:
Set Field [Bookings::Bookings Client Name ; "==" & bookings::Bookings Client name ]
This will take whatever the user selects from the drop down for this field and inserts == in front of it.
PhilModJunk, thanks for your answer. The quotation marks around the double equals sign is what I was missing.