INSTRUCTIONS AND EXAMPLES
Keywords are separated by a comma. If you only have one keyword no comma is necessary. Separating keywords with a comma and space (see SPACES EXAMPLES BELOW) will return different results than not using a space after the comma.
"windows nt,server,odbc" will look for "windows nt" and/or "server" and/or "odbc". (no preceeding spaces)
"windows nt, server, odbc" will look for "windows nt" and/or " server" and/or " odbc".(spaces before "server" and "odbc")(See SPACE EXAMPLES below)
Keywords are NOT case sensitive.
CASE SENSITIVE EXAMPLES:
"Pragma", "PRAGMA" and "pragma" are all handled the same.
"Windows NT", "WINDOWS NT", Windows nt" and "windows nt" are all handled the same.
SPACES do count.
Looking for "ragma" is different from " ragma". Basically, a space will be looked for and so any word beginning a paragraph will be ignored. With no space, only that sequence of letters are searched for anywhere in any word.
Phrases will be looked for as a single keyword and each character is significant.
"pragma 6", "pragma6" and "pragma_6" (one with space, no space and one with underline) are 3 different phrases and will be searched for EXACTLY.
"windows nt 4.5" will look for EXACTLY that phrase. While "windows nt" will be in some documents, or "nt 4.5" might be also, if "windows nt 4.5" is not in the document, it will not be pulled up.
Partial words will be looked for as a single keyword and each character is significant.
PARTIAL WORD EXAMPLES:
The keyword "install" will pull up "install", "installing" , "installation" and "pre-installation"
In the above example, the keword " install" (space preceding) will not bring up "pre-installation" or if the beginning word of a paragraph is "Installing".
AND vs. OR
"Or" means any document that has ANY of the keywords.
"And" means that only documents with ALL of the keywords will be hit.