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Tips for Searching
At its simplest, a query can be just a word or a phrase. You can, however, expand the focus of your query to give you more complete results.
- Look for words with the same prefix. For example, in your query form type key* to find key, keying, keyhole, keyboard, and so on.
- Search for all forms of a word. For example, in the form type sink** to find sink, sinking, sank, and sunk.
- Search with the keyword NEAR, rather than AND, for words close to each other. For example, both of these queries, hotel AND camping and hotel NEAR camping, look for the words hotel and camping on the same page. But with NEAR, the returned pages are ranked in order of proximity: The closer together the words are, the higher the rank of that page.
- Refine your queries with the AND NOT keywords to exclude certain text from your search. For example, if you want to find all instances of surfing but not surfing the Net, write the following query: surfing AND NOT the Net
- Add the OR keyword to find all instances of either one word or another, for example: Tom OR Jerry This query finds all pages that mention Tom or Jerry or both.