that your search turn up documents with your terms in exactly
the order in which you entered them. When you do a phrase search,
you enclose your search terms (two or more words) in quotes.
is useful if your search term is a distinctive string of words,
of mass destruction"
or "blood, sweat, and tears"
if your search term is the name of an organization, such as
Trade Organization" or "American
if your search term is a proper name, such as
A search with this name in quotes will exclude pages with Francis
R. Smith or Jean R. Rowley.
lower-case letters to retrieve documents with your search terms
in lower or upper
case. Searches with terms in upper
case will retrieve only pages with matching upper case words.
So use upper case only if you are searching for proper names or
terms that should be in the upper case.
example, DNA, NASA, IBM, SUV
is not case sensitive: all letters will be understood as lower
. Domain Restriction .
Advanced Searching . Refining a
Search . Boolean AND and OR.
Boolean Searching NOT/Truncation .