The Quick Search Option allows you to search words or phrases in all the Henderson Library Catalog's record fields.
After you type your term(s) in the search box, you can click the "Go" button to start your search.
Step 1: Before You Start the Quick Search
1. Quick Search is the easiest way to find library items quickly.
2. Quick Search provides library users with three search options: "find any word", "search for a phrase",
and "find all words".
3. The method "find all words" will create a short list of search results,
since all the words searched will not be separated.
4. The method "find any words" will create a longer list of search results,
since all the words searched will be separated.
Step 2. Start the Quick Search
1. By default, the Quick Search uses the method of "find all words" to produce a short list
of search results quickly.
2. Type your search word(s), like "complete java guide". The lower case is fine.
3. Click the "GO" button to start the Quick Search.
Step 3. A List of Search Results
1. "Status": library item's status. "Not Checked out" means it's available.
2. "Multiple item statuses" means some of them may not be available, since they might be either checked out or lost.
3. "Call Number" is a specific number used to mark this library item's location on the bookshelf.
4. "Library Item Location" shows where this library item is stored, such as on the bookshelf or in a warehouse.
Three Search Options for the Henderson Library Catalog:
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