You just need a space between "l" and "32." They are indexed as separate words.
Thanks Jordan. I genuinely appreciate this revelation / advice regarding searching. All that you said is helpful and informative, and I suppose I can add it to my ever-growing cheat sheet to help me remember the myriad of considerations regarding searching in Accordance. But I greatly wish I didn't have to do that.
If I had a dollar for every time I had to come and make a post like this on the forum, only to find out that Accordance indexes some particular letter, word, or character in a way that the user has no earthly idea, and if I had a dollar for every addition to my "cheat sheet," I suppose I'd be rich enough to fund a complete and total solution to these time-consuming issues.
I hope this point isn't lost or overstepped. No human being would have known that the "l" is indexed differently than the "32." If you would just make "All English" truly "All English," then Accordance would have found this instantly (especially when I copied it directly off the page into the search field).
Of course, I don't say this to be mean. Consider it a plea for Accordance to not lack in this area, and for Accordance to be the most user-friendly and powerful search program.
Thank you all again.
Edited by TYA, 01 June 2020 - 09:54 AM.