By default, the search engine locates pages which have all of the words you
But you can modify the search behavior in several ways:
- Phrase search
To match an exact set of keywords (a "phrase"), use quotes around them.
Example: "memo lines"
- + search
If you type a + sign before a word, that word must be on the page.
By default, common words and characters such as "is", "how", "as",and
so on... are ignored. If a common word is essential to your search,
you can include it by putting a "+" sign in front of it. (Be sure to include
a space before the "+" sign.)
Example: sender +as
- - search
If you type a - sign before a word, that
word should not be on the page.
Example: print -printer
- Boolean search
You can use the boolean operators AND and OR. These operators must be
in capital letters.
Example: (print OR Printer) AND paper