As you can tell, Search Phrases and Exclusion Phrases can get as complicated as
you want them, allowing you to search out nearly every conceivable combination
of phrases you might wish to investigate. Experiment with various combinations
and patterns of Search Phrases and Exclusion Phrases until you are comfortable
with how they function.
The “Disable” check box lets you temporarily disable a Search Phrase without
deleting it and losing what you had set for it. Sometimes you may want to create
several extra Search Phrases and try various combinations of searches to find
what might appear together and what doesn't. The Disable function is a quick
and easy way to do that.
The “Disable” check box will disable everything in the Search Phrase Text Editor,
including the Search Phrase Text, the “Add To Database” button, the “Remove
From Database” button, the Phrase List, the “Case Sensitive” check box, the
“Accent Sensitive” check box, and the “Exclude” check box. The 'Clear' button
and the 'Close' buttons are the only two buttons not disabled by the “Disable”
As would be expected, the ‘Close’ button removes the corresponding Search
Phrase Editor from the list of Search Phrases and updates the Search Results to be
based on just the other Search Phrases.