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Microsoft OneNote 2010 : Searching Notes (part 3) - Searching for Text with the Search Results Task Pane

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Searching for Text with the Search Results Task Pane

If you want to use the entire height of the OneNote window to review and filter your search results, you can open the optional Search Results task pane. It provides a bit more detail about every matching search result, which is useful when you have several notes that have similar text or when you want to see the date of the page containing the matching note.

To search for text with the Search Results task pane, do the following:

1.
On your keyboard, press Ctrl+E to start a new instant search.

2.
In the Search box near the right side of the OneNote program window, where the cursor is blinking, type a word or phrase to search for.

3.
When you’re done typing and you see at least one matching search result highlighted, press Alt+O (that’s the letter O, not the number zero).

4.
OneNote opens the Search Results task pane (see Figure 4). Here, you can click through the search results to display each page containing the text you were looking for. Each search result in the list contains a short excerpt of the text, as well as the creation date of each page.

Figure 4. The Search Results task pane appears near the right side of the OneNote program window when you press Alt+O after a notebook search. The task pane gives a small text preview of each search result and provides a time stamp for each note. You can narrow or expand your search scope in this pane and sort the results in the list.


5.
If you want to change the search scope for the currently displayed results, click the top drop-down menu near the top of the Search Results task pane and choose a new search scope. For example, you can narrow your scope from All Notebooks to only look in This Section.

6.
From the drop-down menu immediately below the search scope, you can change the way the search results are sorted by date and instead sort them by the sections in which matching notes appear or by the page titles of matching pages.

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When you’re done with the Search Results task pane, you can dismiss it by either clicking the X in the upper-right corner of the task pane or by pressing Esc.

If you create a new note that contains the text you previously searched for and the Search Results task pane is still displayed, it will not automatically update itself to include the new occurrence. To refresh the results, press Ctrl+E to initiate a new search and then search for the same word again.

 
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