You can search Primo the same way that you search most search engines and other online tools.
Type one or more keywords and then click the Search button. The system will automatically look for all terms entered.
Adding terms will narrow the focus, unless the search is formatted as noted below.
The following search methods work in Primo:
Gain control of your search by using Boolean connectors. You may use AND or OR or NOT .
Put quotation marks around words meant to be searched as a phrase. Ex. “state jurisdiction”.
Wildcards can be used to replace a character or find multiple variations of a specified root word:
Use ? for a single character, e.g. wom?n to search for strings woman or women.
Use * for multiple characters, e.g. liab* would find liable or liability .
Power Search Tip: