Example 3 - Search using the List button
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To search using one or more keywords in a given field, you can either type them manually, separating them with a semicolon (;),  or choose them from the list which appears when you click on the LIST button. The terms will appear in alphabetical order starting from "A" (unless you enter the first letter(s) of the required keyword in a given field BEFORE clicking on the LIST button).

If for example you would like to see a list of corporate author names starting with Africa, you should enter the search string  into the  Title (words) field:
 

  Title (words)

and then press the List button. This will give you the list of terms from the dictionary, starting with "Africa" 


Keywords from record   Africa

AFRICA 70
AFRICA SOUTH OF SAHARA 5
AFRICAINES 2
AFRICAN 18
AFRIQUE 28
AGENTS 1
.. ................ ..

To select only some of the terms from the list, click on the boxes accompanying the terms. You can then do one of the following:

  • click on the SELECT button to go back to the search screen, with the selected terms already filling the field
  • move within the dictionary using the corresponding buttons and continue selecting the terms
  • fill the field with a stem and by pressing the GO TO button -  jump to another page where you can continue selecting the terms

By clicking on GO BACK you discard your selection and return to the - now empty - search screen.