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If you would prefer to be more specific, the "advanced" functions can be used (see below).

Wildcard "*" Searching:
Wildcard searches can be used to search for parts of words. For example, you may want to find words that begin with "cat" (cat*), words that end with "ing" (*ing) or perhaps words containing "sept" (*sept*).
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*ing will match sing, flying, marching etc..
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"index server" will return documents containing the phrase index server where these two words are together and server follows index.

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Examples:
Index server will return documents containing Index and simon.
Index OR server will return documents containing either index or simon.

 
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