You can search the entire text of the Help system for words or
phrases. You can limit the search to previous results, match
similar words, or search topic titles only.
tab, and then type the word or phrase you want to find.
To search for words in the topic titles only, select the
Search titles only
check box. All topic files are searched, including any that are not
listed in the table of contents.
To search only the most recent group of topics found, select the
Search previous results
check box. To search through all of the files in the help system,
clear this check box.
List Topics, and either double-click the topic you want, or select it and
Searches are not case-sensitive, so you can type your search in
uppercase or lowercase characters.
You can search for any combination of letters (a-z) and numbers
Punctuation marks other than double quotes, such as the period,
colon, semicolon, comma and hyphen, are ignored during a search.
Use double quotes to search for a phrase. For example,
finds topics containing the phrase
, while server root password finds topics
containing the words
somewhere but not necessarily together as one
Use wildcard expressions to search for one or more characters: use
an asterisk to search for zero or more characters and use a
question mark to search for a single character.