Example advanced search strategy:
Proximity operators (Nn, Wn) can be used to tell the search engine how closely terms must be to each other within a document. They operate like the AND operator in that both terms must be found.
The Nn (near) operator finds terms n words apart in either direction of the first term.
The Wn (within) operator finds the second term within n words after the first.
Using wildcard characters (*, ?, !) allow you to only type part of your search term to search for multiple terms. This is also known as truncation.
The asterisk stands for any number of characters, including none.
The question mark stands for exactly one character.
The exclamation point stands for one or zero characters.
By now you are familiar with how to use an advanced search box.