For the Find Term or Note field, you may use AND and OR (all in upper case) [., 1) windsor chairs, 2) chairs OR rockers, 3) chairs OR rockers OR armchairs, 4) bow-back AND windsor, 5) windsor AND (rockers OR chairs), 6) (windsor OR boston) AND (rockers OR chairs)]. Wildcard is the asterisk (*); right truncation only. To find an exact match rather than a key word in the Find Term field, use quotes [., "chairs"]. If you wish to search the term and note together, click on the buttons for AND or OR.
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Updated 7 March 2017