Having trouble finding what you want in your searches? Keep in mind
that the quality of your results depends a lot on the words that you
use. Here are some tips to make every search more effective:
- Make sure that you spell search words correctly. Remember to
leave a space between each word in your query.
- Use words that you would expect to find in the content that you
are looking for, but use words that are as specific as possible.
- Click a category to see only the results associated with that
category. Lists of categories appear to the left of the search
- Search for exact phrases by placing the search words within
quotation marks. For example
- Use the '-' character to exclude words. For example, if
you search for tax -audit, you will get results for
tax but not for audit.
- Vary your search terms. A different word or phrase will return
different search results. Use fewer descriptive words, or try
words that have a different but similar meaning.
- Searches are not case sensitive.
- Common words, such as a, and, and the
- You do not have to type the word AND between
your search words. By default, all searches only include
results that contain all the search terms you specify.
- By default, search results are sorted by relevance. Search
results can also be sorted by date -- with the newest items
appearing first -- by clicking the "View by Modified
Date" link located above the search results.