4.2 Search Tips
You can use both uppercase and lowercase letters in search terms.
Searches are not case-sensitive by default.
To perform a case-sensitive search, put double quotation marks (“)
around the word you want to match exactly. For example, if you use
“APPLE” in a search, apple will be ignored.
To search for optional terms, use OR (for example, apples OR oranges).
The OR is case-sensitive when used to indicate optional search terms.
To exclude search terms, use a minus sign (-) in front of the term you
want to exclude (for example, apples -oranges will find results
containing apples but not oranges).
To search for an exact phrase or word, put quotation marks (“) around
the phrase or word.
Common words such as “a,” “the,” and “is” are ignored.
The base form of a search term is used when searching (for example, a
search for “driving” will match “drive,” “drives,” and