Re: Publisher Web Page Search Function
- From: "Spike" <woodchipsnospam@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 9 Dec 2008 16:31:48 -0700
I took it as if he/she wanted to search their own database on their site, not the web. It wasn't perfectly clear.
"DavidF" <Nope@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:O57p2RlWJHA.4412@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
I haven't installed one before, but you would use the insert html code fragment feature to insert the code from whatever search engine you choose to use. I can remember this topic coming up before, but I can't remember what was recommended.
Here is a link to a number of search engines that you might try:
I am not sure that the google search engine is free or not.
Sorry I can't be more specific...just back up your Pub file and test some of them. Post back if you find one you like and works well with Publisher.
"cashmera" <cashmera@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:6301CEA4-63F5-49F7-ADD1-4F9B07F3C7CF@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxDavid, can you tell us how to add Google search bar to a Publisher webpage.
How about a Google search bar or other site search?
"Spike" <woodchipsnospam@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> Last year Don posted:
> How about creating a catalog file using pdf format? The reader > program
> a search box.
> "whhelersmind" <whhelersmind@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in > message
>>I have built a simple web page (Publisher 2003) to sell old and >>overstock
>> parts. Can I add a search box for visitors to type in a part number >> or
>> description with Publisher 2003? If so, How?
>> Thank you.
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