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search:basic [2014/03/07 17:29]
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search:basic [2015/10/13 11:48] (current)
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 ====== Basic Searching ====== ====== Basic Searching ======
  
-The simplest way to conduct a search on 123Library is to enter keywords into the search ​panel at the top of the screen. If there is just one match, you will be taken directly to the ebook details page. If there is more than one match, you will be taken to a grid or list of search results.+The simplest way to conduct a search on 123Library is to enter keywords into the universal ​search ​bar at the top of the screen. If there is only one match, you will be taken directly to the eBook details page. If there is more than one match, you will be taken to a grid or list of search results.
  
 To conduct a more detailed search, there are several options: To conduct a more detailed search, there are several options:
  
-  * Advanced search: click "​Search"​ on the main navigation menu +  * Advanced search: click "​Search"​ on the main navigation menu 
-  * Full-text search within titles: click "​Search"​ on the main navigation menu, then "​Search within titles"​. +  * Full-text search within titles: click "​Search"​ on the main navigation menu, then "​Search within titles"​ 
-  * Search within a specific book: from the ebook's details page (which you can find after locating the book by another search method, or via a direct link), look for the "​Search inside this book" section just above the Table of Contents.+  * Search within a specific book: from the eBook's details page (which you can find after locating the book by another search method, or via a direct link), look for the "​Search inside this book" section just above the Table of Contents