A selection in the library browser made using the keyboard. Here the user has typed “200” to ﬁnd all years
from 2000 to 2009.
As you make a selection in the first browse list, a new list will appear from which
you can select a different field to search.
To move to the next browse list, you can press the Tab key on the keyboard (use
shift+Tab to move backward to the previous browse list). In the next list of browse
criteria, make a value selection either by clicking or by typing.
To remove a restriction from the search, click on the x in the upper right-hand
corner of the appropriate browse list. This will remove the restriction represented in
that list from the search, leaving all of the other restrictions active.
As you enter your browsing criteria, the number of selected terms is shown in the
list header. For example, “Year (2 of 45)” would mean that in the Browse list, two
out of forty-five of the available years were selected.
As you refine your search, the number of matching references is updated in the bar
on top of the reference list.
The count of matching references is continually updated as you reﬁne the search. Here, the library of 85
references has been ﬁltered down to just 2 references.
To return to your original reference list, you can:
•Click the Browse icon in the toolbar,
•Use the View > Browse command in the main menu, or