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=SEARCH("n","printer") Comments. The formula returns 4 because "n" is the fourth character in the word "printer." Example: Search within a Column Description. You can use a column reference as an argument to SEARCH. The following formula finds the position of the character "-" (hyphen) in the column, [PostalCode]. Code =SEARCH("-",[PostalCode ...

Learn more about Search indexing in Windows 10. Use the Windows Search and Indexing troubleshooter to try to fix any problems that may arise. To do this, follow these steps: Select Start , then select Settings . In Windows Settings, select Update & Security > Troubleshoot . Under Find and fix other problems, select Search and Indexing .

Search Windows and the web from the taskbar to find help, apps, files, settings—you name it.You can also get quick answers from the web — like weather, stock prices, currency conversion, and much more —and get to websites faster by using links in the preview pane.. Pick up where you left off in Search home. Just tap or click Search for easy access to your top apps and recent activities.

This search API is the canonical 'single line search'. The Free Form Search API is a seamless combination of POI search and geocoding. The API can also be weighted with a contextual position (lat./lon. pair), or fully constrained by a coordinate and radius, or it can be executed more generally without any geo biasing anchor point.

Search for text. To search for a keyword or phrase in all of your notes, even across multiple notebooks, do the following: In the search box to the far right edge of your section tabs, select the arrow to the right of the magnifying glass icon, and in the list that appears, choose All notebooks.