Our Search supports a number of different methods for performing searches.
Simply describe the information that you want. For example, "Website hosting account information."
Ask a question that you want answered. For example, "What are your current website hosting accounts?"
List important keywords relevant to your search topic. For example, "hosting account website information"
Refine a keyword search using boolean operators.
& AND Finds only documents containing all of the specific words or phrases. For example, "website & hosting" finds documents with both the word "website" and the word "hosting". | OR Finds documents containing at least one of the specified words or phrases. For example, "website | hosting" finds documents containing either "website" or "hosting". The found documents could contain both, but do not have to. ! AND NOT Excludes documents containing the specific word or phrase. For example, "website ! hosting" finds documents containing "website" but not containing "hosting". As with the & and | operators, ! must appear between two terms. [ ] Grouping Used to group portions of boolean queries together for more complicated queries. For example, "website & [hosting | design] ! turtles" finds documents containing "website" and either "hosting" or "design" but not "turtles".
After you perform an initial search, every matching document description will contain a "More like this" link that allows you to automatically search for similar documents.