Using basic search
Basic search is the simplest search type. Use it when you only need to find a single word or phrase.
To use the basic form ...
- Enter a term or phrase in the text box. Multiple words will
be treated as a literal string, not separately in an "any
word" or "all words" sense. To search for multiple
terms in an "any" or "all" sense, use the
boolean search. Use an asterisk with a word stem to find variations
on the word (e.g., searching for civ* will match civ, civil,
civic, and civilian.). All other punctuation will be ignored.
- Use the pulldown "[search] in" menu to limit your search within an area of the text.
- Click the "search " button to submit the query.