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#1 TheBlueHombre

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Posted 25 April 2009 - 09:25 PM

I have a question about using the "Search All" feature. This is totally unrelated to the lister's question but along the same lines.

I want to use Search All to search for two different words but they are not connected together. I am trying to do a search of "Martin Luther" and "theotokos" and I want every reference that has both of these topics listed in the same material. How do I do this?

#2 Helen Brown

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Posted 26 April 2009 - 12:11 AM

I split the topic as it is indeed unrelated.

You can use the <AND> to link the terms, but it will only be effective in the current "field" for the module. In a Search window the default is Verse but you can expand to Chapter, Sentence, or even Book. In Tools you have Article or Paragraph. So it depends what you mean by the "same material." In Search All the default settings are used, so you will find every article that uses both words, but not every tool that happens to have them somewhere in the tool. You would have to do that by comparing the results of separate Search All windows.
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