Search Tips for 1992-9 Archive:
Use More Words
The easiest way to narrow your search and the first thing you should try is to simply use more words in your query. The greater the detail you provide, the more likely you'll find what you're looking for. Also try using the Query By Example option on the search results page.
Use + to Require Words
Put a plus sign (+) in front of a search word and to make sure that ALL of the documents it returns contain the word.
Use - to Exclude Words
Put a minus sign (-) in front of a search word and Excite for Web Servers will make sure that NONE of the documents it returns contain the word.
Use AND, OR, NOT, AND NOT, ()
The search server supports full Boolean operators and syntax. You can use the AND, OR, NOT, and AND NOT operators and parentheses () for grouping.