Search results are grouped by content type to allow quick perusal and help you focus in on the types of results you're interested in.
Content Type groups
Each content type group will display up to 3 results initially, and you can view more by clicking on the teal "View" button underneath the content type group, or by clicking on the Content Type filter in the left-hand panel.
Documents are initially sorted by relevance within each content type group. You can also choose to sort by date, either most recent first or oldest first.
Narrow your search/ Filter Results
You can narrow your search results by applying a results filter from the choices found in the left-hand panel. For instance, you can apply a Subject to look for matching items, or a Date range to look for items published between certain dates (note that this represents Publication date, not the Date covered in statistical tables).
Document Type and Administration filters do not apply to Newspaper content.
Modify your search
When you are viewing results, you can adjust your search, or run a new search using options at the top of the page
Run a new search
Use the search box at the top of the page to run a brand new search. This will not consider any terms you'd previously entered. You can limit your new search by date if desired.
Search within results
Use the search within box at the bottom of the page to search within your current result set. Any new terms you entered will be ANDed to your previous search terms as the search runs.
Modify your previous search
Click the Modify search link to return to the search form you conducted your original search in (Basic, Advanced, etc.) , to further refine your query.
You can select documents you're interested in printing or emailing by checking the boxes next to each, or to mark the documents on the page you're currently viewing, clicking the "Select all" link.
The Selected Items link above your results will indicate how many items you have selected. Click on the link, or click on the Selected Items link from the Folder icon in the main navigation bar, to view your list of items.
Note that Selected Items list persists for your session; you can select items from different search queries and have them appear in a single list, or you can clear your selected items in between searches.
When you run a search, your search query is stored in Recent Searches, so you can easily rerun the search or modify it. Your searches are stored for the duration of your session, not across sessions..
You can access Recent Searches from the Folder icon in the main navigation panel.