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When searching for File / Word in Text you will be using all the aspects of searching referred to in previous topics.

Word in text searching is used to identify a string of words in an area of LawMaster.

Some key information you should keep in mind when searching File / Word in Text is that LawMaster removes from the search options all words which match "AND", "OF", "OR, "THE". 

The basic rules for creating a Search in LawMaster are:

1.    Searches are not case-sensitive, so you can type your search in uppercase or lowercase characters e.g. searching as “document”, “DOCUMENT” or “DoCuMeNt” will not change the outcome of the search, this is true for searching for Entities, Matters, Folios, etc.

2.    You can search for any combination of letters (a-z) and numbers (0-9).

3.    Punctuation marks such as the period, colon, semicolon, comma and hyphen are ignored during a search.

4.    You can search for words or phrases and use wildcard expressions.