Site Search, located in the upper-right corner of the screen,
helps you find information on this Web site. The tips below will
make searching easier.
- You can search using single words or using phrases.
- Be as specific as possible when searching.
- Put quotation marks around a search phrase to narrow your
Example: Health Care
Provider returns all entries that contain the words
Health, Care, and
Provider in any order. "Health Care
Provider" returns only those entries with the words
Health Care Provider in that exact order.
- You can mix a phrase with one or more words to narrow the
Example: "Health Care
Provider" agreement returns all items containing the
phrase Health Care Provider which also contain the
Bulletin, Banner Page, and Newsletter Keyword Search
Bulletins, banner pages, and
included in the site search. You can also search for a
specific bulletin, banner page, or newsletter using the
Keyword Search option. The advantage of using
the keyword search is that it returns only results for the specific
document type you selected.
Use the steps below to perform a keyword search. (The picture
below is of the banner page screen; the bulletin and newsletter
screens look similar.)
- Select Bulletins, Banner Pages, or Newsletters. (The
example above is for banner pages; the screen looks similar for
bulletins and newsletters.)
- In the Keyword field, type the word or phrase you are searching
for. If you know the document number, you can type the document
number in the field.
- Click Submit.
- If you don't see the document you are looking for in the
results, type again with a different keyword.
After locating the page you are looking for, you can use the
Find option, built into your Web browser, to
locate specific information on the page.
Note: Each browser operates slightly differently. Use your
browser's Help option to find more information
about the Find option.
Adobe Reader Search
Reader opens and reads portable document format (PDF) files. A
Find option is built into Adobe Reader so that, after opening the
file, you can search within the document. Use the Adobe Reader
Help option to find more information.