Search Help

Searching is a very powerful tool for locating information. Search results are ordered by the number of matching words, and words are highlighted when viewing the pages. For example, these searches will find a page containing the sentence “The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog.

  • Single or multiple words may be entered, separated by spaces or punctuation:
    • lazy
    • brown lazy dog
    • brown,lazy,dog
  • Words may be entered in any order, and are not case specific:
    • dog brown lazy
    • Dog BrOwN LAZY
  • Preceed a word with a hyphen (-) to exclude pages containing that word:
    • dog brown -aardvark
  • An asterisk (*) may be used for a wildcard at the beginning or end of a word, to match any characters:
    • lazy qu*
    • lazy *ick
    • lazy quick*
  • An exact phrase (including punctuation) may be entered by enclosing it in quotes:
    • “lazy dog”
    • “lazy dog.”
  • A namespace may be added to limit searching to that area:
    • brown @cobs
    • brown @dutton
  • Words shorter than 3 characters, and very common words like “and” or “the” are ignored:
    • lazy qx

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