The guide tells you how a subscriber accesses and uses the LUG: you can see a video demonstration by clicking on a “How to” choice in the left-hand column of this page (requires Quicktime, free from Apple, works on Mac and PC to be installed on your computer).

First, on this web site click on
LUG Pro Ltd + Light User which goes to the web page where the subscriber signs in. Then click on Land Use Gazetteer, enter your account name and password (both are supplied to subscribers by Leaf Coppin) and click Login. The login information tells the database which version to show, in this case Professional.
As a first example, to search for a use, click the
Find symbol Screen Shot 2014-03-19 at 4.33.24 PM, which reveals the fields you can search in. In this example you can search for entries that contain the word "test" as in a testing facility. To search without entering the exact record entry, put an asterisk * before and * after the term "test" in this example, i.e., *test*.
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Then select Use Class B1 by clicking on the field
Use Class E&W, to limit the search to uses in that Class Screen Shot 2014-03-19 at 7.05.22 PM.
To see the results, click on Perform Find. Screen Shot 2014-03-19 at 7.10.48 PM. In this example, it will find 5 records out of a total 22,000+. We then sort the selection, by clicking on the Sort symbol Screen Shot 2014-03-19 at 7.12.31 PM.

This brings up a dialogue box with sort options. You can, for example, choose to order the results by the
Land Use field in ascending order:Screen Shot 2014-03-19 at 7.14.00 PM.

When you return to the results, you can also peruse the relevant
Use Classes Order entry (B1) in the section on the bottom right of the main page:

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Light Users sign in as above, then choose the Listing Layout on the left of the menu bar (this type of user cannot access the detail form) Screen Shot 2014-03-19 at 7.42.29 PM, and click on the Find function to do a search (as above).

To leave the database, we click
Log Out.