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Steve (SpiderWings) Captain

I seem to have sad luck when I'm doing a search in the forums. I.E. yesterday I was trying to find a post I did some time ago where I explained what I'd learned about the Jeppersen Flight Computer.

I was pretty sure I'd used the phrase "Flight Computer" in my post and did a search for those two word like this flight AND computer, with me as the author. Didn't work. Then I tried other words that I thought I had used. bearning OR heading AND computer. Well this didn't work either.

After a while I gave up with the search tool and eventually found it.

I'm wondering if there is a way to put a phrase into the search criteria... i.e. "Flight Computer"? I tried it like that but didn't find it.

Thanks for any insights how I can improve my use of Search.
SW

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RadarMan Chief Captain

I've found that only one word get better results.

Radar

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VegasFlyer Chief Captain

Go to your account and there will be an option to see all your posts. Have a look at that. It might take a while but you will find what you are looking for. 423 posts is respactable but not that much if you look at 14000 RM has. Give it a try! Wink

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Cheeks Chief Captain

vegasflyer wrote: if you look at 14000 RM has
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VegasFlyer Chief Captain

Cheeks wrote:

vegasflyer wrote: if you look at 14000 RM has
Laughing Laughing Laughing

I meant 14000 posts! Wink

There you go Cheeks, you're now a first officer. Are you happy??? Cool Wink

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Steve (SpiderWings) Captain

Thanks guys... I was hoping I could type in a short phrase that I know was in the post. However, I did find it this time after a while.

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