Searching from Each Tab

Lexis®Library offers several ways for you to search using the category tabs on the search form. Each of the approaches has similarities, but each is designed to search a specific type of content. For information on how to construct a search, see Developing a Search.

You may also click on the Browse tab to view a specific source's Table of Contents, if available. Once you have found a more targeted area within the Browse tab, you may select that area only, return to the search form and search only on that specified area. For more information, see Browsing the Contents of a Single Source (Tree Browsing).

Why use the Home search tab?

Why use the Cases search tab?

Why use the Legislation search tab?

Why use the Commentary search tab?

Why use the Forms & Precedents search tab?

Why use the Journals search tab?

Why use the Current Awareness search tab?

Why use the News search tab?

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