Keywords, Phrases, and Wildcards
Locating words are as easy as typing them in, just like in a word processor. Letter cases will be ignored.
The wild-card character * (asterisk) may be used to match just the prefix of a word or to ignore the middle of something.
If the desired item is more complicated than the simple * wild-card can accomplish, try using the Regular Expression Matcher.
To locate a number of adjacent words in a specific order, surround them with " (double quotation) characters. Putting a - (hyphen) between words will also force order and one word proximity.
|"john public"||John Public|
|web-browser||Web browser, web-browser|
|John*Public||John Q. Public, John Public|
|activate||activate, activation, activated, ... *|