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    Default pull up records?

    Do you say "pull up" as well for "bring up" records? Do you use it often? "Pull up" seems to mean "raise something", so I wonder if it's used for finding records.

    M: I'm calling to check on the order that I placed two weeks ago.
    W:Yes, Ms.Hopkins...Can you wait a moment while I pull up your records?

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    Default Re: pull up records?

    Yes, it is used for "finding records"

    Not a teacher

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