I keep a flat database in OneNote that keeps track of our company's assets (PCs, monitors, phones, etc., and where they are located - like what remote office or city). With natural progression of people quitting and others getting hired, some information overlaps (as in, Person A quits, but Person B is hired and receives some 'recycled' equipment from Person A). Under normal circumstances, I receive an email when a user leaves the company, and I then go into the OneNote application and delete the notebook page that contained that user's information. There are a lot of cases, however, where I don't get any notification when a person is let go and I find duplicates and triplicates of information not updated. Is there a way to search for duplicate data quickly or automatically when entering in a new-hire's information that can highlight or draw attention to the fact that the information is elsewhere in the notebook? As in, I put in a monitor serial number, and either as I type or after it is done being entered, it says or somehow alerts me to the fact that the information is also elsewhere? I know I can manually search each time using the search bar/text box in the upper right corner, but I can't seem to find anywhere on the 'net on a plugin, or whatever to do this.