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You can choose the documents to view in the Map pane in a variety of ways. For example, you can open an assignment, perform a search, browse and filter a document set, and so on.
You can display search results in the Map. The types of search results that you can display include the following:
●Quick search: Use the quick search box at the top of any page to search for documents. For information about performing quick searches, see Perform a quick search.
●Advanced search: Create an advanced search based on the document set in the Map, or create a new search. For information about creating advanced searches, see Perform an advanced search.
●Search term families: When you click a search term family "sun" icon in the Browse pane, a ring appears around the cluster in the Map in the family's quick code. When you select a search term family check box, the documents automatically appear in the Working list. For information about search term families, see Filter documents by search term families.
●Find box: Use the Find box in the Browse pane to locate words or terms in the Map. For information about using the Browse pane, see Filter documents by content.
When you search for a word or phrase in the Find box, Ringtail does the following in the Map and related features:
oSelects the documents in the Map in which the word or phrase appears.
oSelects the cluster ring or the borders where the selected documents appear.
oLists the documents in the Working list.
oDisplays content and coding hits in the List.
oIndicates the number of selected documents on the Documents page toolbar.
For more information about searching for documents, see Search for documents.
The Browse pane allows you to view the documents in binders, issues, levels, or saved searches in the Map. For information about using the Browse pane, see Browse and filter documents.