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- Enter one or more keywords.
- Searches are not case sensitive.
- Do not use "quotes" around keywords.
- You can enter multiple keywords, such as good food. Or you
can enter a Boolean expression, using AND, OR and NOT.
- Multiple keywords entered without a Boolean use the AND expression.
Thus, entering good food is the same as entering good and food.
- You can use an expression like pizza or pie to find pages
containing either keyword.
- You can also use parentheses in Boolean expressions. For example, you can enter
(pizza and cheese) or pie.
- You can use the asterisk (*) as a suffix wildcard character in keywords.
For example, enter cook* to find pages with keywords such
as cook or cookery or cooking.
- After entering the query, click the Search button or press Enter.
- If no matches are found, reword your query and try again.
- If matches are listed, double click a matched entry; or, select the entry and
click the Show button.
- You can check the option Show in New Window to display the target HTML page in a new browser window. This option allows you to preserve the search page's current results while you check the content of the target HTML page. Use Alt+Tab to switch between open browser windows.
- When the destination HTML page appears, you may want to enter Ctrl+F and use the
browser's Find function to locate the keyword on the page.