Classic Results Page

The Classic Results page includes features to help you get the most out of your search results.

ValueDescription
You searched for / Did you mean / Nearest match / 0 results for your search

When On the results page, show "Did you mean?" alternative search queries if there is a typo in my query is enabled in your settings, the application automatically analyses your search terms and performs a simultaneous alternate search by correcting any misspellings, improper terminology, or incorrect word order it may find.

You searched for: xxxxxxxx  Did you mean: xxxxxxxx
If your search finds results but the alternate search finds results that may be more relevant, the results page displays your search results. If desired, you can click on the term or terms following the "Did you mean" caption to display the alternate results.
Nearest match: xxxxxxxx  0 results for your search: xxxxxxxx
If your search finds no results but the alternate search does find results, the results page displays the alternate results.
Show

Change the way you view your search results by selecting an option from the Show drop-down list. Each option displays a different level of detail:

List
Displays basic information in a numbered list, about the documents your search found. The information typically includes the title/name, court/tribunal, source and date, although information will vary depending on the sources you have searched.
Expanded List
Displays the same information as in List view for each document, along with your search terms in context. You may click on one of your search terms in the Results list to go directly to that term in the full text document.
Full Text
Displays the full text of the documents your search found.
List with Catchwords (Cases Sources Only)
Displays the same information as the List View for each document as well as the first 20 catchwords of the case (where available).
Hits in Context (News Sources Only)
Displays the headline for each document, along with each of your search terms surrounded by a window of 25 words.
SortSelect an option from this list to order your results by a specific type of information, such as Publication Date or Relevance.
Next Steps

Select an option from this drop-down list and then click on Go to continue working with your results. The options that appear are dependent on the way that you arrived at your results and the content you are viewing.

Edit Search
Click on this to edit your original search.
New Search
Click on this to start a new search. You'll return to the same search form you used to enter the current search.
Save Search
Click on this to save this search (including search terms, date range, and source).
Create Alert
Click on this to set up this search to run on a schedule that you specify and deliver results to you automatically.
Other UpdatesIf you are viewing the results of a Search Alert, select another date from this list to view earlier, archived results of the same Search Alert.
View Tagged/View All Results(To tag a document, click on the checkbox next to the document name.) Click on the View Tagged button to display only the documents you have tagged in the current set of results. To return to the entire list of results, click on the View All Results button to return to the original display.
Duplicate Options

Duplicate options lets you choose whether or not you want to use similarity analysis to process your search results. For more information about duplicate options, see What are duplicate options?

Choose the type of similarity analysis you want from the Duplicate Options drop-down list:

Off
No similarity analysis. If similarity analysis has already been performed, the results list is regenerated without similarity analysis.
On - High similarity
Documents must be nearly identical in order for the service to include them in the same group of similar documents.
On - Moderate similarity
Documents with relatively less similarity can be included in the same group of similar documents.
Create an Alert IconClick to set this search up to run on a schedule that you specify and deliver results to you automatically.
Delivery Icons

Click on one of the following icons to print, email or download your results. For more information, see Print Documents Page, E-mail Documents Page and Download Documents Page, respectively.

Print Icon
Print all or selected documents to an attached printer.
Email Icon
E-mail all or selected documents to one or more email addresses.
Download Icon
Download all or selected documents to a file.
Export Bibliographic References IconClick on this icon to export the bibliographic references for all or selected documents to the RefWorks service.
Note: Your user ID may be prevented from viewing and using this feature.
Copy URL IconClick on this icon to copy and paste the link to the results of your search into a document or email.
Note: The search is re-run when the pasted link is clicked. Identical search results may therefore not be returned. Also note that your user ID may be prevented from viewing and using this feature or some part of it.
Search resulting in a large number of results

When your search returns more than 3,000 results, the application displays only the first 1,000 of those results, based on the default sort order specified in your preferences. For information on specifying the default results sort order, see Preferences - Results Sorting.

At this point, if you use the Search within results box (see "Search within results" above) to narrow your results, your narrow search runs against only those 1,000 results.

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