Advanced Searches - Combining Searches Using Search Operators

Multiple different searches can be combined. For example, if you were looking for all documents created after 4/22/2004 that contain the word “department”, you would type “CREATIONDATE > 4/22/2004 AND department” in the Advanced Search box, and then click the Search button.

For combined searches, the Results list will show the hit and document count for each part of the search separately, followed by a combined count at the bottom. For the above example, you would see counts for “CREATIONDATE > 4/22/2004”, counts for “department” separately, followed by a count for documents that meet both criteria.


Please visit the Concordance Answer Center for a detailed description of the available full-text operators and how they work:

Concordance - Full-Text Operators