Use the following advanced tips as a resources to assist you in better locating the content on this site that you are
- Searches Are Not Case Sensitive
Searching for "Window" is the same as searching for "window" or
- Use AND or OR Operators
Using the logical operators AND or OR can narrow or broaden your search.
For instance, searching for "granite OR table" will find all pages and
documents with either the word "granite" or "table" in them while searching
for "granite AND table" will find only pages and documents with both words
- Use Wildcards
You can use the wildcard characters "*" and "?" to broaden your search.
The * operator will take the place of several characters. For example,
a search for "re*" will find "residential" and "rejection". The ? operator
will take the place of a single characters. For example, a search for "?ar?et" will
find "carpet" and "target" but not "Learjet".
- The NOT Operator
You can use the logical "NOT" operator to locate pages and documents that
do not contain a specific string. For example, searching for "glass
AND NOT counter" will search for all products not related to counter top installations.