Locate Topics, Subjects, or
In Particular, the Site-Specific Search Method
A "Search" window for the RB
website will be presented below.
The search term may be one or more words, but if more than one
word is used and they go together, you should place the words
within double quotes to better refine your search. If only
individual terms are used, they may be left unquoted.
Any Boolean operator may be used.
Links will then given for the RB
webpages that contain
the term(s) you entered. Once you go into one of the RB links, use
your browser's Intra-Page Search function, as explained after the
Search Box, to further narrow the field to locate what you want.
Detail on the above methods may be seen here: Search Basics.
For additional, excellent search tips,
Have a Look at: Search Features
Upon arriving on a given link's page,
use your browser's built-in
"Search" function to quickly go where you want within the page. This
is a recommended method because it eliminates the dreaded `scroll &
scan' procedure needed to find the text you require. Depending on
your browser model, its internal search feature might be invoked by
pressing one of the following keys or key combinations:
- Control-F (Find)
- Control-Q (Query)
- Control-W (Where?)
- `/' (forward slash)
A box or field appears and you
may enter the word or
terms for which you wish to search. If none of these key
commands work, consult your browser's on-screen "Help" guide.
If you wish an overview of the
RB website layout, you may select:
- -Graphic Map - 1024 Pixels For Desktop Users
- -Graphic Map - 640 Pixels For Handheld Devices
- -Text Map For Text and Handicapped Users