|Use AND to narrow your search results to contain specific words. The returned search results include all of the words specified.
Example: oak AND table AND chair. The document must contain all of these words.
|Use OR to expand your search to include more terms. The returned search results include one or more of the specified words.
Example: car OR automobile. The document qualifies if either or both words are present.
|Use NOT to narrow your search results. The returned search results don’t include the specified free text expressions or property restrictions.
Example: produce NOT vegetable. The word following the NOT operator must not be present.
|Use a wildcard "*" if you want to be sure to get variations of the term you are looking for or if you are not sure about spelling.
Example: Project* to search for all items starting with the word project.
|Use double quotes ”" to find exact phrases if you are sure about the phrases.
Example: “Water rights”
Use property searches if you know for sure that a particular word is in the title or name of a document. You can use filename:value to search for words in the file name or Title:value to search for a term in the Title.