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Each matching document title is a link that you can click to open the document in a
separate window. Immediately beneath each individual link, an excerpt from the document is
displayed. Additionally, each instance of each keyword is highlighted in the excerpts.
A ―Search‖ pane will be displayed on the left-hand side of the Update document
window. The ―Search‖ pane provides quick access to each instance of each search keyword
in the document. LESSON SUMMARY In some situations, the search features of the System enable you to find answers
to your research questions faster than if you were to systematically browse the
Codification content. Simple and advanced search features are accessible from every page in the
System. For a simple search, enter keywords in the SEARCH box located at the t op of
any System page, near the right-hand side. The ―Codification‖ and ―Other
Sources‖ option buttons located beneath the SEARCH box determine whether
authoritative Codification content or sources of nonauthoritative content will be
searched. Click the GO button to execute your simple search. You can browse your search results on the ―Search Results‖ page. Different tabs
on the ―Search Results‖ page list different kinds of search results. Each result
links to its source. Lesson 11: Searching: Fundamental Techniques 110 REINFORCE YOUR LEARNING
For each of the following, indicate whether systematic browsing or searching would be the
more appropriate approach to finding information in the Codification.
Q1: You are seeking information about a specific kind of derivative financial instrument
and you know the exact words that are used in the Codification to refer to such
Q2: You need to review all of the information in a particular Codification Topic.
Q3: You are seeking very specific information that is likely to consist of only a single
Codification paragraph and you have no idea which Codification Topic is most like...
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This note was uploaded on 03/27/2014 for the course ECON 12586 taught by Professor Yorambarzel during the Fall '09 term at University of Washington.
- Fall '09