Not (yet) digitalized and not (yet) indexed.
For records that are not yet digitalized and not yet indexed on FamilySearch's website, but the information such as as the film number and other identifying information appears; if we know the name of who we're looking for and the page/image number, will filling out the request form be sufficient? Or is this something that would not be done since the record would have to be searched manually by reviewing microfilm?
For example, indexes for a particular record group are available on a partner-website and it provides the name and page/image number along with the FHL film number. Is providing that information sufficient enough when filling out a record request form? I use the record requests often but wasn't sure in this particular situation.