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You can filter the document list using one of the three available options:

  • Full text search: Searches for an exact string in all the documents.
  • Filter by tag: Show only the documents that contain the selected tags.
  • Filter Document Property: Filters documents using Office Open XML document properties.

You can also combine them in any way. We’ll separately explain each of them here.

 

Filtering documents using Full text search
  1. In the Full text search textbox, write a query term, such as “SQL Server”, without quotation marks.
  2. Click Search.
  3. Check that the Documents list now shows only those documents that contain the query term.

 

Filtering documents using Filter by Tag
  1. Click the Filter by Tag list and expand it.
  2. Check one of the tags from the list using the checkbox on the left of that tag.
  3. Click Search.

  4. Check that the Document list now has been narrowed to show only those documents related to the selected tag.

Note: If you select more than one tag, only the first one will be shown when the Filter by Tag list is closed

 

Filtering documents using Filter Document Property
  1. Click the Filter Document Property list and expand it.
  2. Select Title.
  3. Write the title of one of the documents, such as “Inside SQL Azure”, using quotation marks.

    Note: This is the title that you can see when you check the properties of one of the Word files.
  4. Click Search.
  5. Check that the document with that title is listed.

You can use any of the other listed document properties, such as PageCount or Authors.

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Last edited Nov 4, 2011 at 8:02 PM by danielaltamirano, version 7

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