Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Tweaking Search
Adjusting Scope
Every time you perform a search, the results are based on the scope, the
folders, and types of files in which the search software looks. Depending on the
scope settings you have enabled, the results of your search can be drastically
different. These next two settings help you fine-tune what and how the search
software searches, and then you fine-tune the indexing service to index the files
you want to be indexed for speedy searches.
Customizing What and How to Search
You can find all the Where To Look settings for Windows Search on the Folder
And Search Options window in Windows Explorer. Follow these steps to
customize where Windows Search looks:
1. Open File Explorer and click the View tab.
2. Click the Options button.
3. Click the Search tab, as shown in Figure 9-2.
Figure 9-2: Windows Explorer offers new search options.
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Custom Search