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Manage Indexes
Viewed 2082 times since Tue, Oct 29, 2013
This topic describes how to manage your search indexes. Windows Search Since Windows handles all indexing for the Windows Search engine, you'll manage the indexes from the Control Panel. Go to the Control Panel Click Indexing Options Click the Modify... Read More
Sharing Search Indexes
Viewed 1873 times since Tue, Oct 29, 2013
If you're using Enterprise Organizer Pro's Advanced Search engine, you can share search indexes on the network so every workstation searches off of the same index. This has the added bonus of reducing network traffic because only one machine... Read More
Using Search
Viewed 1853 times since Tue, Oct 29, 2013
The Search tab is where you perform your searches, see your search results, and manage all aspects of searching. Search Queries The main search field, next to the Search button, is where you enter keywords you want to find in the files. If you're... Read More
Deactivate Indexing
Viewed 1577 times since Tue, Oct 29, 2013
If you're using Enterprise Organizer Pro's Advanced Search engine, you can deactivate/delete the search indexes on a cabinet-by-cabinet basis. In other words, you can activate full-text searching for one cabinet but leave it deactivated on another.... Read More
Boolean Searches
Viewed 1537 times since Tue, Oct 29, 2013
There are two different search types available in Enterprise Organizer Pro: Plain English and Boolean. The default search type is Plain English, which is described in Plain English Searches. This topic describes how to perform Boolean searches.... Read More
Activate Auto-Indexing
Viewed 1512 times since Tue, Oct 29, 2013
In order to keep your search indexes up-to-date, you need to re-index them regularly. This topic describes how to do it. Windows Search Windows automatically updates its index whenever a file changes or gets added. Enterprise Organizer Pro's Advanced... Read More
Advanced Search Options
Viewed 1486 times since Tue, Oct 29, 2013
The two basic search types in Enterprise Organizer Pro are Plain English and Boolean. See Plain English Searches and Boolean Searches for more information. There are a number of advanced search options available to enhance and refine your searches,... Read More
Plain English Searches
Viewed 1475 times since Tue, Oct 29, 2013
Enterprise Organizer Pro offers two types of search: Plain English and Boolean. See Boolean Searches for more information on Boolean searching. This topic will describe plain English searching. The default search type is Plain English, also... Read More
Search Terms
Viewed 1430 times since Tue, Oct 29, 2013
The way you formulate your search query will depend on what type of search you are doing: Plain English or Boolean. Plain English Query A Plain English search is composed of any sequence of text, like a sentence or a question. Very common words, like... Read More
Indexes and Indexing
Viewed 1375 times since Tue, Oct 29, 2013
Fast full-text searching relies on a process called indexing. An index is like a table of words and which files they're found in. Searching is then accomplished through the index. See Activate Search for a Cabinet for more information. It is... Read More
Activate Search for a Cabinet
Viewed 1374 times since Tue, Oct 29, 2013
If search isn't working for a cabinet, you'll need to index the cabinet. This topic describes how. Windows Search Windows handles all indexing for the Windows Search engine. To turn on indexing for a folder: Go to the Control Panel Click Indexing... Read More
Search Types
Viewed 1369 times since Tue, Oct 29, 2013
Enterprise Organizer Pro supports two different types of searches: Plain English and Boolean. There are also two options for locating near-matches: Fuzzy Matching and Stemming Matches. Plain English v. Boolean With a Plain English search, you simply... Read More
Manually Update an Index
Viewed 1347 times since Tue, Oct 29, 2013
If you're trying to find a very recent document, it might not be in your search index yet. In this case, you can update the index manually. Windows Search Windows updates its indexes on-the-fly as files change or get added. There is no way to force... Read More
Using the Search Bar
Viewed 1240 times since Tue, Oct 29, 2013
You can run searches right in the Manage view, where you have the advantage of limiting your search to the current drawer/folder. The search results will show up right in the Files view. It's the perfect way to filter for files that meet specific... Read More
Windows Advanced Search
Viewed 1106 times since Mon, Aug 18, 2014
Searching in Windows 7 can be as simple as typing a few letters in the search box, but there are also advanced searching techniques that you can use. You don't have to know these techniques to search for your files, but they can be helpful... Read More
Search Engine Comparison
Viewed 999 times since Wed, Aug 20, 2014
Enterprise Organizer Pro supports both Windows Search and the Advanced Search. Both searches can be setup and used. Get the advantages of both, plus the ease to use search interface of Enterprise Organizer. Benefits Windows Search Engine ... Read More