Training & Support for your Systems2win templates


Search Tips

To find pages containing keywords, use Site Search

To find keywords and phrases within the Systems2win web site, use Site Search.


In your browser address bar, simply type

Google site search example
followed by the keyword(s) to search for.

This illustration >>>
shows how to search the site
for the phase 'takt time'


If you're not using the Google Chrome browser, you might first need to go to

and then enter '' followed by your search term,
rather than entering it directly in your browser address bar.

cartoon - search

There are no spaces in ''.

There can be spaces in the phrase that you are searching for.

The 'www' makes a difference.

Just type (or copy & paste)
followed by your search phrase.

When you click on the search results,
it will take you to the top of the page containing your phrase.

To find your keyword(s) within the page, use CTRL+F

To find keywords within a page, use CTRL+F

Use CTRL+F to find keywords within any web page


CTRL+F also works to find keywords in any Microsoft Office document

that is not translated, and is not protected.

(You can use CTRL+F in your Word, Excel, or PowerPoint documents)

The keyboard shortcut is different for some languages.

For example, in Spanish and Portuguese, it is CTRL+B for Buscar.

Bookmark = bookmark

To find a place within a web page

The entire Systems2win web site has been designed to make it easy to send someone directly to a place within a web page — using human readable bookmarks.

Much nicer than sending them to the top of a long page...
you can send them directly to the right place within the page.

Bookmark Systems2win

Be sure to add to your bookmarks or Favorites
on both your computer and your smart phone

so that you can quickly find the lean training that you need —
whenever and wherever you need it.

To find documents containing keywords...

use Search from the Windows Start menu

Windows search

to find a document containing a keyword

You can search for keywords within any Microsoft Office document — including locked forms.

Right-click your Windows Start menu > Search

then use Filters,
or click the little document icon to 'Find results in documents'

or use SharePoint search

to find a document containing a keyword

If your working documents are stored on a Windows web server (not a Unix web server), and it is set up to use Index Server Search capabilities, then you can also search for keywords within any Microsoft Office document — including locked forms.

A standard SharePoint search option is:

And some companies will add enhancements to make SharePoint Search even more helpful, such as:



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