Unformatted text preview: g some but not all of the ―child‖ items
of an Area, Topic group, Topic, or Subtopic automatically puts a ―grayed‖ checkmark in the
checkboxes of the parent item and any higher-level items in the outline. Lesson 12: Searching: Advanced Techniques 115 Glossary and
Sections 20 and
75) are not
selection via the
Area” criterion. Topic Groups
Note that there is
level in the
outline for groups
of related Topics,
such as Topic
Expenses Area. Text/Keyword
The ―Text/Keyword‖ criterion is likely to be the primary criterion of most searches
that you perform. It enables you to specify one or more words that must be present in a
content source so that the content source is included in the results of your search.
The ―Text/Keyword‖ box that appears on the ―Advanced Search‖ page serves the same
purpose that the SEARCH box does in a simple search. It is where you enter the keyword(s)
you want the System to search for. The ―Advanced Search‖ page, however, offers additional
options related to the ―Text/Keyword‖ criterion that are not available in a simple search. The
options make no difference if you specify only a single keyword, but the option you select
makes a significant difference if you specify multiple keywords.
Appearing beneath the ―Text/Keyword‖ box on the ―Advanced Search‖ page are
option buttons for ―all,‖ ―any word,‖ ―exact phrase,‖ and ―within _____ words.‖ These
options provide you with precise control over how multiple keywords are or are not matched
in content sources. Each option will now be explained. The ―all‖ option specifies that each and every word entered in the
―Text/Keyword‖ box must occur at least once in a content source so that the
content source is included in the search results. This is the default option. The
individual words do not have to be adjacent to each other, appear in the same
order, or oc...
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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