ODOP provides a full-text index of its on-line Help.
Enter a word or phrase into the "Help lookup" text entry box at the top of the main page. Press the Enter key or select the magnifiying glass icon to produce a ranked list of on-line Help topics that contain the target word or phrase. If possible, each entry in the list provides a block of text providing a bit of context for how the terms are used in that Help topic. The word(s) entered into the "Help lookup" text entry box will be highlighted in a slightly lighter / darker shade of green that reflects the number of times that the term appears in that Help topic. Select the blue link to open a new browser tab containing the associated on-line Help topic. The word(s) entered into the "Help lookup" text entry box will be highlighted in yellow.
Adding control characters to lookup terms can guide the lookup to better results.
For example: +feasibility +status +indicator
For example: +feasibility +status +indicator -overview
For example: tors*
For example: title:demo
For example: content:demo
For example: saerch~1
Adding, removing, changing or transposing one character in the word is considered a match.
By default, the lookup will match words with a common stem. For example, the term "searching" will also match "searches". "Feasibility" will match "feasibile".
Unlike with Google Search, adding quotes and using operators like AND & OR to combine terms will not produce the desired results. To lookup a phrase, put a + at the front of each word in the phrase.
After opening the desired Help topic,
it is also possible to use your browser's
"Find ...", "Find on page" or "Find in page"
feature to highlight the term(s) of interest and
navigate between individual instances of the term(s).
The result should look something like: