This guide details how to use the features of this website. Clicking on a link below will provide more information for that page.
Displays all documents that have been added to the library within the last 45 days.
Every document in the Revenue Law Library has been assigned a Document Locator Number (DLN). This number is used to quickly and effectively find documents when the user knows its DLN. To look up a document by its DLN, select the appropriate prefix from the drop-down box and enter the numerical portion in the box. This will bring up the document's information.
Provides useful information about the selected document, as well as a download link.
Clicking on the letters in the 'Font Size' box will change the font size of all content on the site.
The search box at the top of the page searches the Revenue Law Library for documents that contain the search terms within the body of the document.
Resembles the Windows folder structure. Documents in the Revenue Law Library are organized in categories. The category hierarchy is displayed in a list. Each category has a number that indicates how many documents are within that category. To navigate by category,
Once a category has been selected from the Category Browser on the left, the results pane will appear with all documents that reside in the selected category.
Clicking on the column headers will sort the document list by the selected column.
To search documents within a category,
The 'Advanced Search Options' section outlines suggestions for making more specific searches. For advanced users, the Advanced Search Tips page provides ways to further refine your search results. Fill out one or more of the following fields to search the Revenue Law Library for documents that meet the specified criteria.
If any Advanced Search options were selected on the 'Advanced Search' page, they will appear listed on the 'Search Results' page. To de-select specific search options, click the grey 'x' on the line to be removed.
Search Results display groups of information about each document.
Selecting any of these items on the Search Results page will make your search more specific. For instance, clicking 'FAC' under Document Type will only show the results of your original search that had a Document Type of 'FAC'.
This drop-down allows you to choose from three ways to sort your search results: newest first, oldest first, and relevance. Relevance prioritizes your results by several measurements, such as how many times it finds the search term(s) in a document and how close multiple search terms are to each other.