Actually, I had no problem finding it in PPM's GUI. I used the command line interface to answer your question because it's possible to transcribe the session into a post and it's not possible to put a screen shot into a post. But that's the advantage of a well-worded question - it can get you answers to questions you didn't realise you might want to ask. So when you write ...
I sound kind of stupid right about now
... you don't sound it from here. You provided the information the hive mind needed to help you.
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