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Topic Title: search instead of find
Topic Summary: Syntax for exact phrase
Created On: 06/23/2021 11:39 AM
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 search instead of find   - Fred Bob - 06/23/2021 11:39 AM  
 search instead of find   - Lunis Orcutt - 06/23/2021 02:15 PM  
 search instead of find   - kkkwj - 06/23/2021 10:58 PM  
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Fred Bob
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Google, yahoo,.... are no longer search engines. They are FIND engines.

The results include each word, no way to confine to an exact phrase.

What is the correct syntax for searching, and possibly finding, an exact phrase.

 

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Lunis Orcutt
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The browser Find control is designed to search the current page only. Your native browser Search field is designed to look for everything you dictate into the field in no particular order. You just have to refine your search with specialized symbols such as quotes, minus, @etc. You'll find these detailed at How to Refine Browser Searches



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If you read up on the search engine syntax engine (try "advanced search expressions"), you can include and exclude any words and phrases you want. Use "your words here" to search for an exact phrase. Use + to include a +word, use - to exclude -thisword, and so on.

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