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When running a search, the search default is set to Anywhere. Anywhere searches the full bibliographic record (all indexed fields) including the ProQuest full text. Your organization's ProQuest administrator may have chosen to change the default to search Anywhere except full text (ALL) instead. Anywhere except full text (ALL) searches the full bibliographic record, but does NOT include a search of the ProQuest full text. If this were the case, you will see a note above the search box stating this: You are searching all fields except full text.
Full text, Peer reviewed, and Scholarly journals are limits that may appear in the Basic Search. The visibility of these limits is determined by your organization's ProQuest Administrator Module settings. Whether or not any of these are checked by default is also determined by your organization's ProQuest Administrator Module settings.
Checking the Full text limit will restrict your search to only search and retrieve records containing full text from ProQuest.
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Checking the Scholarly journals limit will restrict your search to only search and retrieve records that are indexed in scholarly journals. Scholarly journals are journals that are intended for an academically oriented audience.