BETTER RESULTS, FEWER HITS
Larger documents in our website are often Adobe Acrobat files.
You can search within a PDF document by opening it and using the search function from the toolbar. Look for the binocular icon, select it and enter your words or phrase in the search box.
The results list will show the page number for each of the hits, and the words or phrase will be highlighted within the document.
Entering “Educational Assistants” will return documents containing that phrase.
You may combine phrases, for example “Educational Assistants” AND “Bill 52”, for even better results.
The Boolean Operators must be in capitals.
|AND||Finds documents containing all of the specified words or phrases. Speaker AND Data AND Bank returns documents containing these three words.|
|OR||Returns documents containing at least one of the specified words or phrases. “Bill 52” OR “Learning to Age 18” finds documents containing either of the phrases. The found documents could contain both phrases, but not necessarily.|
Excludes documents containing the word or phrase following AND NOT, for example: Pension AND NOT OMERS.
|NEAR||Searching with NEAR returns results ranked in order of how close to each other the words are in the document. The results for opportunities NEAR development illustrate how this search works.|