Rick's advice is absolutely correct, but assuming that you want to look up a page-number citation of Waltke and you have very little context to search for, why not find a creative way around the problem yourselves?
The Accordance Exchange should soon have available for download a user tool I created in about fifteen minutes. I found an image of Waltke's table of contents online (I don't have a print copy) and I entered the page numbers for each chapter in my user tool, followed by a link to that chapter of Waltke. By using this user tool, you should be able at least to look up the page number and get to the right chapter.
Anyone with a print copy of Waltke want to flesh this out by adding page numbers for the various section headings?
I'll let you know when this user tool is available on the Exchange. In the meantime, I hope you can see that a little creativity can go a long way.