With all the words – Returns results containing all of the words entered in the textbox. The supported operators for this search type are as follows:

- Include terms: Attaching an “AND”, “&”, “,”, “;” or “+” sign immediately before a word indicates that you want material that contains this word to appear in your results.
- Exclude terms: Attaching an “NOT”, “!”or “-” sign immediately before a word indicates that you want material that does not contain this word to appear in your results.
- The OR operator: Attaching an “OR” or “|” sign immediately before a word indicates that you want material with either one of several words to appear in your results.
- The NEAR command: Attaching a “NEAR” or “~” sign immediately before a word indicates that you want material that contains several words near to each other.
- Wildcard pre-fix command: Attaching a “*” after a specific word (e.g.” word*”) will treat the star as a pre-fix placeholder for any unknown term(s) and then finds the best matches.
- Exact term or phrase: Attaching double quotes around a set of words indicates that you want to consider the exact words in that exact order without any change (e.g. “this is an example”).

With the exact phrase – Returns results containing the exact word combination entered in the textbox and in the exact order as entered. This is the equivalent of using double quotes (e.g. “this is an exact phrase”) in the other two search options.

Supported operators: None, all characters will be identified as part of the exact phrase.

With at least one of the words – Returns results containing any of the words entered in the textbox. The supported operators for this search type are as follows:

- Include terms: Attaching an “AND”, “&” or “+” sign immediately before a word indicates that you want material that contains this word to appear in your results.
- Exclude terms: Attaching an “NOT”, “!”or “-” sign immediately before a word indicates that you want material that does not contain this word to appear in your results.
- The OR operator: Attaching an “OR” “,”, “;” or “|” sign immediately before a word indicates that you want material with either one of several words to appear in your results.
- The NEAR command: Attaching a “NEAR” or “~” sign immediately before a word indicates that you want material that contains several words near to each other.
- Pre-fix command: Attaching a “*” after a specific word (e.g.” word*”) will treat the star as a pre-fix placeholder for any unknown term(s) and then finds the best matches.
- Exact term or phrase: Attaching double quotes around a set of words indicates that you want to consider the exact words in that exact order without any change (e.g. “this is an example”).


Please Note:
- Operators and search textboxes are not case sensitive.
- When multiple operators are entered, the last operator will be used to generate the search results.
- When using a pre-fix command, characters that immediately follow the “*” operator without a space will be truncated from the search criteria.
- When searching for hyphened words (e.g. ex-minister) the “- ” operator will not be treated as such and will be part of the exact phrase.
- If “NOT” or “!” are combined with “OR”, “|”, “~” or “NEAR”, then they are treated as stand-alone terms.
- If “AND”, “NOT”, “OR” and “NEAR” are used without a space in between the operator and the term (e.g. “ANDword”), they are treated as exact phrases.
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