Searching the Help
When searching the Help, use these tips to improve your search results.
To limit your search to a specific area of the Help, select a category from the search filter.
Here are some examples of the syntax you can use for searching:
|Topics that include the exact phrase, "find me".|
find + me
find and me
find & me
Topics that include both the words “find” and “me”, but not necessarily as a phrase.
When separating terms with a blank space, the and is always inferred.
find or me
find | me
|Topics that contain either "find" or "me" (or both), in any order.|
not “find me”
! ”find me”
|Topics that do not include the phrase “find me”.|
|find ^ me||Topics that include the word “find” but not the word “me”.|
Use parentheses to combine Boolean phrases and search terms.
Note: If your search string includes a % symbol, the search does not return any results.