Quick Searching Tips|
- Use lower case
- The search engine will find both upper and lowercase variations of your search term if you use lower case lettering. Using double quotation marks around the proper nouns will also improve your chance of receiving accurate results.
- Use double quotation marks if you want the search engine to take the word or phrase literally. As a rule of thumb, use double quotation marks to enclose terms that include:
- More than one word
For example: "HIPPA Regulations"
- Unusual characters:
For example: "R&B"
- Be careful of words such as "and", "or", and "not". Use conjunctions only if they are a part of a phrase and enclose them in quotation marks.
For example: "Content and Storage"
- Increase the number of search results by linking your search terms with OR. The search engine will find pages that contain at least one of your search terms. For example, if you want to find information about the uses of CAS, enter:
Content OR Storage OR Compliance.
- Narrow your searches by linking your search terms with AND.
The search engine will find pages that contain all of your search terms.
For example: CAS AND CASI
- Use the term NOT to exclude unwanted results that the search engine may confuse with your request.
- Using stem words can improve your chance of accurate results.
For example: If you enter the word meet, the search engine will also find pages that contain:
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Published on: 2004-10-08 (4116 reads)[ Go Back ]